Abstract

We present high harmonic spectra of xenon obtained with a 1.8 µm, 2 cycle laser source. These spectra contain features due to collective multi-electron effects involving inner shell electrons, in particular the giant resonance at 100eV.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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