Abstract

The generation of XUV supercontinua is of high interest for different applications in that region of the spectrum, such as spectral interferometry and spectroscopy. In high-order harmonic generation (HHG) supercontinua are usually obtained only when a single attosecond pulse is produced, but this implies gating techniques or sub-3-fs IR driving pulses. In this work we demonstrate a new approach for tailoring supercontinuum spectra by exploiting the microscopic and macroscopic properties of HHG.

© 2015 IEEE

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