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High-order harmonic generation using variably polarized two-color fields

Wikmark, Hampus LU (2013) FYSK01 20131
Department of Physics
Abstract
Two-color laser fields are considered, using variable relative polarization, allowing studies not only of strictly parallel or perpendicular polarization, as most previous experiments, but intermediate steps as well. Data analysis from an experiment is compared to computer simulations of various polarization and phase conditions in order to study these phenomena.
Abstract (Swedish)
Rapporten behandlar tvåfärgsfält med variabel relativ polarisation, vilket gör det möjligt att till skillnad från de flesta tidigare experiment behandla inte bara vinkelrätt eller parallellt polariserade fält, utan även mellanliggande lägen. Analys av experimentella data kombineras här med datorsimuleringar av olika polariserings- och fasförhållanden för att studera dessa fenomen.
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author
Wikmark, Hampus LU
supervisor
organization
course
FYSK01 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Physics, Atomic Physics, High-order Harmonic Generation, HHG, Nonlinear Optics, Optics
language
English
id
4076283
date added to LUP
2013-10-17 18:38:56
date last changed
2013-10-17 18:38:56
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  abstract     = {Two-color laser fields are considered, using variable relative polarization, allowing studies not only of strictly parallel or perpendicular polarization, as most previous experiments, but intermediate steps as well. Data analysis from an experiment is compared to computer simulations of various polarization and phase conditions in order to study these phenomena.},
  author       = {Wikmark, Hampus},
  keyword      = {Physics,Atomic Physics,High-order Harmonic Generation,HHG,Nonlinear Optics,Optics},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {High-order harmonic generation using variably polarized two-color fields},
  year         = {2013},
}