Abstract

We report generation of 400μJ, 13.1fs, 1425nm optical parametric amplifier laser pulses. Spectral broadening of a 100Hz optical parametric amplifier laser source is achieved by self-phase modulation in an argon-filled hollow-core fiber, and dispersion compensation is performed using chirped mirrors. This laser source will be useful for ultrafast time-resolved molecular orbital tomography.

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