F. Krausz, T. Brabec, M. Schnürer, and C. Spielmann
Intense light pulses in the single-cycle regime have opened up new avenues in nonlinear optics. These, along with expected impacts on other areas of science and technology, are discussed.
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Publish Date: 01 July 1998
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