Abstract

We present experimental and numerical investigation of multi-millijoule mid-IR supercontinuum generation by mid-IR femtosecond filaments in molecular gases. Drastic difference in spectra between atomic and molecular gases and crucial role of Raman scattering is demonstrated.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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