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Application of nanoparticle-containing laser plasmas for optical harmonic generation
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10.1063/1.3176493
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Harmonic spectra obtained from the plasmas produced on the surfaces of (1) bulk silver, and (2,3) silver NP-containing target. The intensities of prepulse on the target surfaces were (1) , (2) , and (3) . . The delay between the prepulse and femtosecond pulse in these experiments was maintained at 20 ns. Inset: Experimental setup. MP: main pulse; PP: prepulse; DL: delay line; C: grating compressor; FL: focusing lenses; T: target; G: gold-coated grating; MCP: microchannel plate; CCD: charge-coupled device.

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Harmonic spectra obtained from the (1,3) NP-containing plasma ( in the case of curve 1, and in the case of curve 3) and (2) monoparticle-containing plasma . . The delay between the prepulse and femtosecond pulse in these experiments was maintained at 25 ns.

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The SEM images of deposited (a) Cu, (b) Au, (c) , and (d) Ag NPs during laser ablation of NP-containing targets.

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Scitation: Application of nanoparticle-containing laser plasmas for optical harmonic generation
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/106/2/10.1063/1.3176493
10.1063/1.3176493
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