Abstract

The plasma-induced phase shift of a probe is measured in 2D spatially with ~3 μm resolution and temporally with ~5 fs resolution. From this ionization rates for the noble gases are found for a 40 fs, 800 nm pulse, for intensities up to nearly full depletion of the neutral population.

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