Abstract

Sub-wavelength ridge structures are observed on silicon surface after irradiation with two femtosecond pulses. Cat’s-eye-shaped structures are aligned perpendicular to polarization of the second pulse and can be used for polarization-sensitive recording.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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