Proposal for intense attosecond radiation from an x-ray free-electron laser.

@article{Zholents2004ProposalFI,
  title={Proposal for intense attosecond radiation from an x-ray free-electron laser.},
  author={Alexander A. Zholents and William M. Fawley},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={92 22},
  pages={224801}
}
We propose the use of an ultrarelativistic electron beam interacting with a few-cycle, intense laser pulse and an intense pulse of the coherent x rays to produce a multi-MW intensity, x-ray pulses approximately 100 attoseconds in duration. Because of a naturally occurring frequency chirp, these pulses can be further temporally compressed. 

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