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Generating intense ultrashort radiation by reflecting an ultrashort laser pulse from a thin target
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13.For example, if Δ = 0, the peak amplitude of the reflected pulse would be 500 instead of 55, but the dip at the front part of the pulse only slightly deeper, so that the analytical result would differ much from that from the simulation. Physically, such sensitivity is expected since for single- (or few-) cycle pulses the properties of the reflected pulse depend strongly on the light-wave phase during the impact.
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