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Optical properties of laser-excited solids

@inproceedings{Qasim2018OpticalPO,
  title={Optical properties of laser-excited solids},
  author={Muhammad Qasim and Michael S. Wismer and Manoram Agarwal and Vladislav S. Yakovlev},
  year={2018}
}
The average effective mass of charge carriers produced by an intense ultrashort laser pulse in a transparent solid increases significantly as the excitation mechanism changes from multiphoton transitions to interband tunneling. We theoretically investigate this phenomenon for several dielectrics and semiconductors. For diamond as a representative dielectric, we present a detailed analysis of the laser-induced change of optical properties. When the concentration of free carriers is high, we find… 

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