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POWER SCALING OF VUV AND XUV FREQUENCY COMBS

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Title: POWER SCALING OF VUV AND XUV FREQUENCY COMBS
Creators: Yost, Dylan; Cingoz, Arman; Ye, Jun; Ruehl, Axel; Fermann, Martin E.; Hartl, Ingmar
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: By coupling a train of low-phase-noise, ultrashort pulses to a femtosecond enhancement cavity, it is possible to obtain a large enhancement of the pulse energy and subsequently drive the high harmonic generation process at $\geq$100 MHz repetition rates. At these repetition frequencies, the generated VUV-XUV frequency combs could potentially be used for a multitude of experiments requiring short wavelength radiation with exceptional temporal coherence and/or high average photon flux. We will present recent progress, including power scaling of the driving field with a corresponding factor of ~10 improvement in harmonic power over previous results, as well as initial coherence tests of the generated VUV frequency comb.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/46338
Other Identifiers: 2010-RD-07
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