Abstract

We present a study of plasmon-enhanced gas excitation and extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) light generation in bow-tie antennas and tapered hollow waveguides. The observed EUV emission corresponds to incoherent atomic and ionic fluorescence without any sign from coherent highharmonic generation.

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