Lectures on Ultrafast Intense Laser Science 1

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Kaoru Yamanouchi
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 17, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 314 pages
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This book features tutorial-like chapters on ultrafast intense laser science by world-leading scientists who are active in the rapidly developing interdisciplinary research field. It is written to give a comprehensive survey of all the essential aspects of ultrafast intense laser science. The volume covers theories of atoms and molecules in intense laser fields, high intensity physics scaled to long wavelength, pulse shaping techniques, non-linear optics in the XUV region, ultrafast X-ray spectroscopy, quantum emission and applications, filamentation, and ultraintense-laser matter interaction.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Atomic Dynamics in Intense Light Fields
1
Foundations of StrongField Physics
41
Pulse Shaping of Femtosecond Laser Pulses
135
Nonlinear Interaction of Strong XUV Fields with Atoms
175
byMolecularCoulombExplosion
195
Ultrafast XRay Absorption Spectroscopy
202
Filamentation Nonlinear Optics
241
Diagnosing Intense and Ultraintense LaserMatter
276
Index
309
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