Abstract

Recent breakthroughs in femtosecond lasers operating directly in the mid-infrared wavelength region enabled generation of Watt-level output with ~10-nJ pulses and only 5 optical cycles duration, demonstrating interesting nonlinear-optical phenomena and opening new application possibilities.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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