4 edition of Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy (Boulder, 1982) found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, T.J. McIlrath and R.R. Freeman.|
|Series||AIP conference proceedings ;, no. 90., Subseries on optical science and engineering ;, no. 2, AIP conference proceedings ;, no. 90., AIP conference proceedings., no. 2.|
|Contributions||McIlrath, T. J., Freeman, R. R., Optical Society of America., United States. Air Force. Office of Scientific Research., Topical Meeting on Laser Techniques for Extreme Ultraviolet Spectroscopy (1982 : Boulder, Colo.)|
|LC Classifications||QC459 .L27 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||497 p. :|
|Number of Pages||497|
|LC Control Number||82073205|
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Ultraviolet Spectroscopy And Uv Lasers (Practical Spectroscopy). While the general concept is unchanged, the new edition features a broad array of new material, e.g. frequency doubling in external cavities, reliable cw-parametric oscillators, tunable narrow-band UV sources, more sensitive detection techniques, tunable femtosecond and sub-femtosecond lasers (X-ray region and the attosecond range), control of Author: Wolfgang Demtröder.
Several techniques for using lasers to study core excited energy levels in the spectral region between 10 eV and eV are described. Levels that are metastable against autoionization and, in some cases, against both autoionization and radiation are : S.
Harris, J. Young, R. Caro, R. Falcone, D. Holmgren, D. Walker, J. Wang, J. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.
This thesis describes novel approaches and implementation of high-resolution microscopy in the extreme ultraviolet light regime. Using coherent ultrafast laser-generated short wavelength radiation for illuminating samples allows imaging beyond the resolution of visible-light microscopes.
Michael. Precision Laser Spectroscopy in the Extreme Ultraviolet Kjeld S.E. Eikema and Wim Ubachs Department of Physics and Astronomy, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1 INTRODUCTION The wavelength range shorter than nm is usually referred to as the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV), since the atmospheric constituent gases are not transparent.
Master Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography Techniques. Produce high-density, ultrafast microchips using the latest EUVL methods. Written by industry experts, Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography details the equipment, materials, and procedures required to radically extend fabrication capabilities to wavelengths of 32 nanometers and below.
Work with Cited by: Request PDF | Precision Laser Spectroscopy in the Extreme Ultraviolet | Techniques for the production of short wavelengths in the extreme ultraviolet wavelength range are.
Consideration is also given to: autoionizing and multiphoton processes; multiphoton ionization; Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy book spectrometer design; and XUV spectroscopy.
Additional topics include: XUV generation using electron beams; XUV lasers; and laser generation of X-rays. Today, with the use of tunable laser sources, resolving powers of approx. 10 to the 7th power have been reached in limited wavelength ranges, with approx.
available over most of the VUV and XUB spectroscopy will be presented, with emphasis on the resolution achieved to by: 1. In UV-visible spectroscopy, wavelength usually is expressed in nanometers (1 nm = m).
It follows from the above equations that radiation with shorter wavelength has higher energy. In UV-visible spectroscopy, the low-wavelength UV light has the highest energy. In some cases, this energy is sufficient to cause unwanted photochemical. Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy book "Laser Spectroscopy in the Extreme Ultraviolet," Sixth International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy book '83), Interlaken, Switzerland (June ).
"Laser Techniques for XUV Spectroscopy," Gordon Conference on Atomic. Physics, New. Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy (Boulder, ). [T J McIlrath; R R Freeman; Optical Society of America.; Based on papers presented at the Topical Meeting on Laser Techniques for Extreme Ultraviolet Spectroscopy, March, Boulder, Colo.
and sponsored by the Optical Society of America and Air Force Office of. Nonlinear Optics and Laser Spectroscopy in the Vacuum Ultraviolet K. Boyer, H. Pummer and C. Rhodes, in: Proceedings of Laser Techniques for Extreme Ultraviolet Spectroscopy (Boulder, CO, ), R.
Freeman and T. J Wallace S.C. () Nonlinear Optics and Laser Spectroscopy in the Vacuum Ultraviolet. In: McGlynn S.P., Findley G.L Cited by: 2. The same comb techniques have been used to control the waveform of ultrafast laser pulses, which permitted the generation of single attosecond pulses 4, and have been used in a recently demonstrated ‘oscilloscope’ for light waves 5.
Here we demonstrate intra-cavity high harmonic generation in the extreme ultraviolet. The use of the copper-vapor laser, working at repetition rates from 5 to 15 kHz, is more a useful pump dye amplifier. Such a laser is used to pump a single dye jet and to amplify fs pulses to microjoule energies.
The dye jet is passed six times to match the pump pulse duration (∼25 ns). Get this from a library. Laser techniques for extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy (Boulder, ). [T J McIlrath; R R Freeman; Optical Society of America.; United States.
Air Force. Office of Scientific Research.;]. The final section examines recent developments involving novel techniques based on UV, x-ray, and electron beam studies. This book offers the first comprehensive overview of the spectroscopy of aerosols.
It includes some results for the first time in the literature and presents a unique link between fundamental aspects and applications. The next section discusses the use of cavity ring-down spectroscopy to measure light extinction, laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy to identify and classify biological aerosol particles, and ultrafast laser techniques to improve the specificity of bioaerosol : Hardcover.
The development of the optical frequency comb (a spectrum consisting of a series of evenly spaced lines) has revolutionized metrology and precision spectroscopy owing to its ability to provide a precise and direct link between microwave and optical frequencies.
Classical high-resolution spectroscopy is limited in the XUV by finite grating size and the absence of interferometer elements.
Parametric techniques now permit the generation of tunable, coherent XUV radiation with absolute wavelengths determined interferometrically in the visible. The linewidth limit set by pulse duration is generally less than inherent XUV transition. Extreme ultraviolet (XUV) laser sources today are in a situation rather like that of the laser in Early lasers were no use for high-resolution spectroscopy as bandwidths were too wide.
Performing time- and angle-resolved photoemission (tr-ARPES) spectroscopy at high momenta necessitates extreme ultraviolet laser pulses, which are Author: Changmin Lee. A new coherent narrow bandwidth extreme ultraviolet (XUV) laser source has been developed that is broadly tunable in the range 10–17 eV with a.
In the book Techniques of Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy was published. In the three decades since that volume first appeared, the techniques associated with vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy have been greatly s: 2.
spectroscopy are being developed by several groups. For these applications, brightness and stability of the high harmonic generation is a key feature. This article focuses on practical aspects in the generation of extreme ultraviolet pulses with ultrafast commercial lasers Author: Jakob Grilj, Emily Sistrunk, Markus Koch, Markus Gühr.
During the past 14 years since the first edition of this book was published, the field of laser spectroscopy has shown a remarkable expansion. Many new spectroscopic techniques have been developed. The time resolution has reached the femtosecond scale and the frequency stability of lasers is now.
Femtosecond and Attosecond Light Sources and Techniques for Spectroscopy their wide variety, we limit the discussion to the most commonly used femtosecond pulse sources. We brieﬂy describe only the techniques that are used to apply the pulse sources in spectroscopy.
As it is the case for fem-tosecond sources, spectroscopic techniques are File Size: KB. Laser techniques in the extreme ultraviolet: (OSA, Boulder, Colorado, ).
[S E Harris; T B Lucatorto; Optical Society of America.;] Papers presented at the Second Topical Meeting on Laser Techniques in the Extreme Ultraviolet, Mar.Boulder, Colo. Ultraviolet spectroscopy. Laser spectrometrie. Ultraviolette straling. "There has been a remarkable improvement in capabilities for probing matter with x-rays and extreme ultraviolet (EUV) radiation since the previous edition of this book appeared in The spectral brightness and coherence of available research facilities has increased by many orders of magnitude across the EUV and x-ray spectral regions, extending from photon 5/5(1).
A metal–semiconductor heterojunction is investigated by Auger and photoelectron spectroscopy to characterize the structural and electronic properties of the metallic film and to obtain the time-resolved electronic response induced by femtosecond laser excitation of the semiconductor material.
The monolayer (ML) Zn films deposited on p-type Si() at liquid Cited by: 4. Ultrafast laser spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique that uses ultrashort pulse lasers for the study of dynamics on extremely short time scales (attoseconds to nanoseconds).Different methods are used to examine the dynamics of charge carriers, atoms, and molecules.
Many different procedures have been developed spanning different time scales and photon energy. The second half discusses various nanomaterial characterization techniques involving lasers, from Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopies to light dynamic scattering, laser spectroscopy and such unusual techniques as laser photo acoustic, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, ultrafast dynamics and laser-induced thermal pulses.
Ultrasensitive Laser Spectroscopy covers the experimental methods involved in various sensitive techniques to which lasers have been applied for the study of weak transitions. This book is organized into seven chapters. Each chapter discusses the theories, experiments, and application of the specific : Marc Levenson.
IN: Laser techniques in the extreme ultraviolet; Proceedings of the Second Topical Meeting, Boulder, CO, March(A ). New York, American Institute of Physics,p. Research supported by the University of Maryland.
Nonlinear coherence effects in transient-absorption ion spectroscopy with stochastic extreme-ultraviolet free-electron laser pulses Preprint (PDF Available) July with .