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Design and characterization of extreme-ultraviolet broadband mirrors for attosecond science

Abstract : A novel multilayer mirror was designed and fabricated based on a recently developed three-material technology aimed both at reaching reflectivities of about 20% and at controlling dispersion over a bandwidth covering photon energies between 35 and 50 eV. The spectral phase upon reflection was retrieved by measuring interferences in a two-color ionization process using high-order harmonics produced from a titanium: sapphire laser. We demonstrate the feasibility of designing and characterizing phase-controlled broadband optics in the extreme-ultraviolet domain, which should facilitate the manipulation of attosecond pulses for applications.
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Anne-Sophie Morlens, Rodrigo B. Lopez-Martens, Olga Boyko, Philippe Zeitoun, Philippe Balcou, et al.. Design and characterization of extreme-ultraviolet broadband mirrors for attosecond science. Optics Letters, Optical Society of America - OSA Publishing, 2006, 31 (10), pp.1558-1560. ⟨10.1364/OL.31.001558⟩. ⟨hal-00521042⟩



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