Abstract

A two-dimensional spectral shearing interferometry is demonstrated permitting to reconstruct vectorial optical fields with picojoule energy. As proof of principle, we retrieve the circularly polarized third-harmonic field emitted from 2-um-thin silicon driven by 2.1-pm pulses.

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