Ultraviolet Source Assisted Enhancement of Attosecond Pulse (cited: 2)
- Received Date: 2014-10-08
- High-order harmonic generation, Isolated pulse, Two-color orthogonal field, Ultraviolet source
Abstract: A promising method to improve the attosecond pulse intensity has been theoretically presented by properly adding an ultraviolet pulse into the orthogonal two-color field. The results show that by properly adding a 125 nm ultraviolet pulse to the orthogonal two-color field, not only the harmonic yield is enhanced by 2 orders of magnitude compared with the original orthogonal two-color field case, but also the single short quantum path, which is selected to contribute to the harmonic spectrum, results in an ultrabroad 152 eV bandwidth. Moreover, by optimizing the laser parameters, we find that the harmonic enhancement is not very sensitive to the pulse duration and the polarized angle of the assisted ultraviolet pulse, which is much better for experimental realization. As a result, an isolated pulse with duration of 38 as can be obtained, which is 2 orders of magnitude improvement in comparison with the original two-color orthogonal field case.
|Citation:||Li-qiang Feng, Hang Liu. Ultraviolet Source Assisted Enhancement of Attosecond Pulse (cited: 2)[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2015, 28(1): 21-26. doi: 10.1063/1674-0068/28/cjcp1410171|