Abstract

Using eleven two-photon resonances in Xe and Kr, a comparative study of the resonant third harmonic generation and saturation properties in the 70.9–75.5-nm extreme ultraviolet (XUV) region was made. The fundamental deep ultraviolet radiation was produced in a nonlinear crystal β-BaB2O4. The two-photon resonances 5p–6p′[1/2]0 and 8p[1/2]0 in Xe, as well as the 4p–5p[1/2]0 and [5/2]2 resonances in Kr, are useful for efficient tunable XUV generation in the 71–92-nm region.

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