Extreme Ultraviolet Interferometer Using High-Order Harmonic Generation from Successive Sources

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Laban, DE
Palmer, AJ
Wallace, WC
Gaffney, NS
Notermans, RPMJW
Clevis, TTJ
Pullen, MG
Jiang, D
Quiney, HM
Litvinyuk, IV
Kielpinski, D
Sang, RT
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2012
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We present a new interferometer technique whereby multiple extreme ultraviolet light pulses are generated at different positions within a single laser focus (i.e., from successive sources) with a highly controllable time delay. The interferometer technique is tested with two generating media to create two extreme ultraviolet light pulses with a time delay between them. The delay is found to be a consequence of the Gouy phase shift. Ultimately the apparatus is capable of accessing unprecedented time scales by allowing stable and repeatable delays as small as 100 zs.

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Physical Review Letters
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109
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26
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© 2012 American Physical Society. This is the author-manuscript version of this paper. Reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the journal's website for access to the definitive, published version.
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