Abstract

We demonstrate the generation of 10µJ coherent extreme-ultraviolet (XUV) light at wavelengths from 73.6 to 42.6 nm, using high-order harmonics. The peak power of this coherent XUV light is estimated to be 0.13 GW at 62.3 nm, and the peak brightness achieved was 3×1028 photons/mm2 mrad2 s. To our knowledge, this XUV energy is the highest value achieved with high-order harmonics.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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