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Ultrashort Pulse Characterization from Dispersion Scans with a Grating Compressor

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A grating compressor is characterized using the dispersion scan technique and a reference piece of glass. The procedure yields both the spectral phase of the ultrashort pulses and the dispersion of the compressor itself.

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