Chr. Spaeth

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Coherent diffraction imaging (CDI) in the extreme ultraviolet has become an important tool for nanoscale investigations. Laser-driven high harmonic generation (HHG) sources allow for lab scale applications such as cancer cell classification and phase-resolved surface studies. HHG sources exhibit excellent coherence but limited photon flux due poor(More)
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position, as near as possible to the tubular heart, so that this structure may absorb the injected solution and pump it forward (in a caudo-cephalic direction). The substance reaches the tympanic organ diluted in the insect's hemolymph. In the preparations where picrotoxin was applied, we always started recording the tympanic-organ response to acoustic(More)
We present a newly developed high harmonic beamline for time-, angle-, and carrier-envelope phase-resolved extreme ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy on solid targets for the investigation of ultrafast band structure dynamics in the low-fs to sub-fs time regime. The source operates at a repetition rate of 10 kHz and is driven by 5 fs few-cycle(More)
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