High Energy Attosecond Source for Studying Electron Correlation
[Technical Report, Final Report]
University of Central Florida
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A major challenge in developing attosecond X-ray light sources is to increase the pulse energy at high repetition rate and high photon energy. Prof. Zenghu Chang developed a carrier-envelope phase stabilized, high repetition rate1 kHz, and short pulse 12 fs laser system centered at 1700 nm at the University of Central Florida. A high energy 100 mJ, high repletion rate 1 kHz NdYLF laser at 527 nm, as well as a set of transmission-type pulse compression gratings were purchased by the DURIP funds.