Tabletop Lasers in the Extreme Ultraviolet

Over the past half-century, the use of coherent light has played an indispensable role in applications in telecommunications, optical data storage and other areas. In today’s world, the development of tools and techniques that use coherent light at ever-shorter wavelengths—in the extreme ultraviolet and soft X-ray regions of the spectrum—is assuming increasing importance.

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Tabletop Lasers in the Extreme Ultraviolet

Over the past half-century, the use of coherent light has played an indispensable role in applications in telecommunications, optical data storage and other areas. In today’s world, the development of tools and techniques that use coherent light at ever-shorter wavelengths—in the extreme ultraviolet and soft X-ray regions of the spectrum—is assuming increasing importance.

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