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Methods of generating carrier-envelope-phase stabilized, intense, few-cycle laser pulses
Ultrafast laser pulses have become an integral part of the toolbox of countless laboratories doing physics, chemistry, and biological research. The work presented here is motivated by a section in the ever-growing, interdisciplinary research towards understanding the fundamental workings of light-matter interactions. Specifically, attosecond pulses can be useful tools to obtain the desired insight. However access to, and the utility of, such pulses is dependent on the generation of intense, few-cycle, carrier-envelope-phase ...
Femtosecond imaging-mode laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
Many nonlinear optical microscopy techniques based on the high-intensity nonlinear phenomena were developed recent years. A new technique based on the minimal-invasive in-situ analysis of the specific bound elements in biological samples is described in the present work. The imaging-mode Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is proposed as a combination of LIBS, femtosecond laser material processing and microscopy. The Calcium distribution in the peripheral cell wall of the sunflower seedling (Helianthus Annuus ...