Measurement of 248-nm, subpicosecond pulse durations by two-photon fluorescence of xenon excimers.

@article{Hutchinson1987MeasurementO2,
  title={Measurement of 248-nm, subpicosecond pulse durations by two-photon fluorescence of xenon excimers.},
  author={M. H. R. Hutchinson and I. A. McIntyre and George N Gibson and Charles Rhodes},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={1987},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={102-4}
}
A technique for measuring the duration of single ultrashort pulses at KrF(*) wavelengths has been developed that employs fluorescence from xenon excimers excited by two-photon absorption of atom pairs. Pulses of ~350-fsec duration have been measured at 248 nm.