Abstract

Ihlemann et al. [ Rev. Sci. lustrum. 59, 2502 ( 1988)] have found unexpectedly large group velocity dispersion produced by commercial picosecond streak camera objective lenses. Our work supports and extends their lens data.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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