Henry C. Kapteyn and Margaret M. Murnane
For over a decade now, femtosecond lasers have helped us to understand processes relevant to both basic and applied science, including chemical reactions, melting, photosynthesis, vision, and semiconductor physics. More recently, technological applications for short optical pulses, such as fiber optic communications, have developed.
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