Abstract

We demonstrate a new approach to in situ measurement of femtosecond-laser-pulse-induced changes in glass, enabling the three-dimensional reconstruction of the induced complex permittivity modification. The technique can be used to provide single-shot and time-resolved quantitative measurements with a micrometer-scale spatial resolution.

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