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Observation of laser satellites in a plasma produced by a femtosecond laser pulse
Donald Umstadter Publications
  • S.A. Pikuz, P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia; Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
  • Anatoly Maksimchuk, University of Michigan
  • Donald Umstadter, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • M. Nantel, Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
  • I. Yu. Skobelev, Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, All-Russia Scientific-Research Institute of Physicotechnical and Radio Electronic Measurements, Mendeleevo, Moscow Region, Russia
  • A. Ya. Faenov, Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, All-Russia Scientific-Research Institute of Physicotechnical and Radio Electronic Measurements, Mendeleevo, Moscow Region, Russia
  • A. Osterheld, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of California, Livermore, CA
Date of this Version
10-10-1997
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Published by Interperiodica; JETP-Letters, 66, 480-6 (1997). Translated from Pis’ma Zh. Eksp. Teor. Fiz. 66, 454-9 (1997). http://www.maik.rssi.ru/cgi-bin/journal.pl?name=jetplet&page=main . Published by Am Inst Physics.

Abstract
Laser satellites are detected in the emission spectra of magnesium and aluminum plasmas produced by femtosecond laser pulses. This is made possible by the realization of picosecond time resolution in a highluminosity x-ray spectrograph with a spherically curved mica crystal. The temporal characteristics of these newly recorded spectral lines show unequivocally that they are formed as a result of nonlinear processes.
Citation Information
S.A. Pikuz, Anatoly Maksimchuk, Donald Umstadter, M. Nantel, et al.. "Observation of laser satellites in a plasma produced by a femtosecond laser pulse" (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/donald_umstadter/53/