Abstract

Utilizing highly cascaded harmonic generation, we upconvert a MHz fiber laser to the vacuum ultraviolet (up to 18 eV). We apply the source to combustion-chemistry experiments and conduct numerical simulation to understand the nonlinear generation process.

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