Abstract

Measurements of 160-fs, 248-nm ultrashort pulses are obtained through a two-photon fluorescence measurement based on the two-photon-induced color-center fluorescence in fused-silica crystals. The method proved to be reliable and advantageous in comparison with two-photon fluorescence techniques employing other materials, both solid state and gaseous.

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