Abstract

Tunable, coherent radiation has been generated in the region 105 to 87.5 nm by resonant four-wave frequency mixing in Hg vapor. A glass capillary array forms an efficient XUV window with 50% transmission. An absorption spectrum of N2 was recorded at 89 nm with a resolving power of 2 × 105.

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