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High-order harmonic generation in laser plasma plumes, Rashid A. Ganeev

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High-order harmonic generation in laser plasma plumes
Title
High-order harmonic generation in laser plasma plumes
Statement of responsibility
Rashid A. Ganeev
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book represents the first comprehensive treatment of high-order harmonic generation in laser-produced plumes, covering the principles, past and present experimental status and important applications. It shows how this method of frequency conversion of laser radiation towards the extreme ultraviolet range matured over the course of multiple studies and demonstrated new approaches in the generation of strong coherent short-wavelength radiation for various applications. Significant discoveries and pioneering contributions of researchers in this field carried out in various laser scientific centers worldwide are included in this first attempt to describe the important findings in this area of nonlinear spectroscopy. High-Order Harmonic Generation in Laser Plasma Plumes is a self-contained and unified review of the most recent achievements in the field, such as the application of clusters (fullerenes, nanoparticles, nanotubes) for efficient harmonic generation of ultrashort laser pulses in cluster-containing plumes and resonance-induced enhancement of harmonic yield. It can be used as an advanced monograph for researchers and graduate students working in the field of nonlinear spectroscopy. It is also suitable for researchers in laser physics and nonlinear optics who wish to have an overview of the advanced achievements in laser ablation-induced high-order harmonic generation spectroscopy. The carefully presented details of this book will be of value to research devoted to the understanding and control frequency conversion of laser pulses in plasma plumes. The studies described in this book pave the way for the development of a new method of materials studies using the laser ablation-induced high-order harmonic generation spectroscopy, which can exploit the spectral and structural properties of various solid-state materials through their ablation and further propagation of short laser pulse through laser-produced plasma and generation of high-order harmonics
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HKP
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Ganeev, Rashid A
Dewey number
530.443
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QC718.5.L3
LC item number
G36 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Laser plasmas
  • Fullerenes
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • Fullerenes
  • Laser plasmas
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High-order harmonic generation in laser plasma plumes, Rashid A. Ganeev
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Basic principles of harmonic generation in plasmas. 2.1. Fundamentals of HHG in isotropic media. 2.2. High-order harmonic generation in various laser plasmas. 2.3. Application of 400-nm radiation for harmonic generation in laser plasma. 2.4. High-order harmonic generation in plasmas produced by laser pulses of different durations. 2.5. Analysis of laser-produced plasma characteristics for optimization of HHG -- ch. 3. Resonance-induced enhancement of high-order harmonic generation in plasma. 3.1. Giant enhancement of 13th harmonic generation in indium plasma. 3.2. Single harmonic enhancement in chromium, gallium arsenide, and indium antimonide plasmas. 3.3. Single harmonic enhancement at strong excitation conditions. 3.4. Resonance enhancement of odd and even harmonics in tin plasma during two-color pumping. 3.5. Plasma harmonic enhancement using two-color pump and chirp variation of 1 kHz Ti:sapphire laser. 3.6. Theoretical approaches for description of observed peculiarities of resonant enhancement of single harmonic in laser plasma -- ch. 4. Cluster-containing plasma plumes: attractive media for high-order harmonic generation of laser radiation. 4.1. Overview. 4.2. Ablation of metal nanoparticles. 4.3. Ablation of bulk metals. 4.4. Overview of early studies of harmonic generation in cluster-containing media. 4.5. Application of cluster-containing plasma for efficient HHG. 4.6. Peculiarities of HHG in nanoparticle-containing plasmas. 4.7. Advantages and disadvantages of the application of cluster-containing plasmas for the enhancement of HHG efficiency -- ch. 5. Application of fullerenes for harmonic generation. 5.1. First observation of HHG in fullerene plasma. 5.2. Influence of various experimental parameters on HHG efficiency in fullerene plasma. 5.3. Studies of harmonic modulation from fullerene-rich plasmas. 5.4. Two-color pump for harmonic generation in C[symbol]. 5.5. Analysis of the morphology of fullerene targets and ablated materials. 5.6. Theoretical calculations of HHG in fullerenes. 5.7. Calculations of HHG in endohedral fullerenes. 5.8. Discussion -- ch. 6. Enhancement of harmonic yield from ablation plumes. 6.1. Two-color pump for enhancement of harmonic output from plasma over the whole plateau region. 6.2. Application of time-resolved spectroscopy of laser plasma for enhancement of harmonic efficiency and generation of second plateau in harmonic distribution. 6.3. Application of carbon aerogel plumes as efficient media for HHG in the 40-90 nm range. 6.4. Comparative studies of HHG in laser plasmas and gases -- ch. 7. Recent developments and future perspectives of plasma HHG. 7.1. New trends, schemes, and approaches in plasma HHG. 7.2. High-order harmonic generation in carbon nanotube-containing plasma plumes. 7.3. Destructive interference of laser harmonics in mixtures of various emitters in plasma plumes. 7.4. Generation of broadband harmonics from laser plasma. 7.5. Quantum path signatures in harmonic spectra from metal plasma. 7.6. Summary and future perspectives of HHG in laser plasma
Control code
821793946
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 219 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781848169814
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)821793946
Label
High-order harmonic generation in laser plasma plumes, Rashid A. Ganeev
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Basic principles of harmonic generation in plasmas. 2.1. Fundamentals of HHG in isotropic media. 2.2. High-order harmonic generation in various laser plasmas. 2.3. Application of 400-nm radiation for harmonic generation in laser plasma. 2.4. High-order harmonic generation in plasmas produced by laser pulses of different durations. 2.5. Analysis of laser-produced plasma characteristics for optimization of HHG -- ch. 3. Resonance-induced enhancement of high-order harmonic generation in plasma. 3.1. Giant enhancement of 13th harmonic generation in indium plasma. 3.2. Single harmonic enhancement in chromium, gallium arsenide, and indium antimonide plasmas. 3.3. Single harmonic enhancement at strong excitation conditions. 3.4. Resonance enhancement of odd and even harmonics in tin plasma during two-color pumping. 3.5. Plasma harmonic enhancement using two-color pump and chirp variation of 1 kHz Ti:sapphire laser. 3.6. Theoretical approaches for description of observed peculiarities of resonant enhancement of single harmonic in laser plasma -- ch. 4. Cluster-containing plasma plumes: attractive media for high-order harmonic generation of laser radiation. 4.1. Overview. 4.2. Ablation of metal nanoparticles. 4.3. Ablation of bulk metals. 4.4. Overview of early studies of harmonic generation in cluster-containing media. 4.5. Application of cluster-containing plasma for efficient HHG. 4.6. Peculiarities of HHG in nanoparticle-containing plasmas. 4.7. Advantages and disadvantages of the application of cluster-containing plasmas for the enhancement of HHG efficiency -- ch. 5. Application of fullerenes for harmonic generation. 5.1. First observation of HHG in fullerene plasma. 5.2. Influence of various experimental parameters on HHG efficiency in fullerene plasma. 5.3. Studies of harmonic modulation from fullerene-rich plasmas. 5.4. Two-color pump for harmonic generation in C[symbol]. 5.5. Analysis of the morphology of fullerene targets and ablated materials. 5.6. Theoretical calculations of HHG in fullerenes. 5.7. Calculations of HHG in endohedral fullerenes. 5.8. Discussion -- ch. 6. Enhancement of harmonic yield from ablation plumes. 6.1. Two-color pump for enhancement of harmonic output from plasma over the whole plateau region. 6.2. Application of time-resolved spectroscopy of laser plasma for enhancement of harmonic efficiency and generation of second plateau in harmonic distribution. 6.3. Application of carbon aerogel plumes as efficient media for HHG in the 40-90 nm range. 6.4. Comparative studies of HHG in laser plasmas and gases -- ch. 7. Recent developments and future perspectives of plasma HHG. 7.1. New trends, schemes, and approaches in plasma HHG. 7.2. High-order harmonic generation in carbon nanotube-containing plasma plumes. 7.3. Destructive interference of laser harmonics in mixtures of various emitters in plasma plumes. 7.4. Generation of broadband harmonics from laser plasma. 7.5. Quantum path signatures in harmonic spectra from metal plasma. 7.6. Summary and future perspectives of HHG in laser plasma
Control code
821793946
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 219 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781848169814
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)821793946

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