Abstract

we demonstrate a simple solution to a seemingly deadlocked problem of efficient nonlinear pulse compression designed to act on the whole beam, yield the ultimate single-cycle duration, and sustain pulse energy on the 100 µJ level which, given the single-cycle duration of the produced waveform, is immediately suited for a variety of challenges in high-field applications, including high-order harmonic generation.

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