Single-shot carrier-envelope-phase measurement in ambient air.

  title={Single-shot carrier-envelope-phase measurement in ambient air.},
  author={M.Kubullek and Z.Wang and K. V. D. Brelje and D. Zimin and P. Rosenberger and J. Schotz and M. Neuhaus and S. Sederberg and A. Staudte and N. Karpowicz and M. Kling and B. Bergues},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  • M.Kubullek, Z.Wang, +9 authors B. Bergues
  • Published 2019
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • arXiv: Optics
  • The ability to measure and control the carrier envelope phase (CEP) of few-cycle laser pulses is of paramount importance for both frequency metrology and attosecond science. Here, we present a phase meter relying on the CEP-dependent photocurrents induced by circularly polarized few-cycle pulses focused between electrodes in ambient air. The new device facilitates compact single-shot, CEP measurements under ambient conditions and promises CEP tagging at repetition rates orders of magnitude… CONTINUE READING
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