The table top high frequency lasing device

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Abstract

Atomic and molecular systems, subjected to intense laser pulse, emit typical High-Order Armonic Generation (HHG) spectra. Thiswork aims to investigate the possibility to obtain a laser device by HHG. At this end, we analyzed the emission spectra by amolecular ion driven by a linearly polarized laser field. The temporal behaviour is obtained using the Morlet wavelets transform ofemission. The results show that, after filtration of the electromagnetic radiation emitted, it is possible to select a frequency whichseems to have almost constant intensity and phase. This characteristic makes possible that HHG from a molecule can be used ashigh frequency laser fields.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBook of Abstracts, Ed. F. Seno and D. Valenti, University of Palermo, (poster)
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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