Gérard A. Mourou and Victor Yanovsky
Compact lasers can now produce intensities so large that laser-matter interactions are dominated by the relativistic character of the electrons. The new field of relativistic optics offers a gateway to attosecond physics and nonlinear quantum electrodynamics.
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Publish Date: 01 May 2004
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