ULTRASHORT LIGHT PULSES IN TRANSPARENT SOLIDS: PROPAGATION PECULIARITIES AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

2019-01-01
Blonskyi, I.
Kadan, V. M.
Pavlova, S.
Pavlov, Ihor
Shpotyuk, O.
Khasanov, O. K.
The peculiarities of the femtosecond filamentation in Kerr media has been studied using a set of time-resoling experimental techniques. These include the temporal self-compression of a laser pulse in the filamentation mode, repulsive and attractive interactions of filaments, and influence of the birefringence on the filamentation. The propagation of femtosecond laser pulses at the 1550-nm wavelength in c-Si is studied for the first time using methods of time-resolved transmission microscopy. The nonlinear widening of the pulse spectrum due to the Kerr- and plasma-caused self-phase modulation is recorded.
UKRAINIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS

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Citation Formats
I. Blonskyi, V. M. Kadan, S. Pavlova, I. Pavlov, O. Shpotyuk, and O. K. Khasanov, “ULTRASHORT LIGHT PULSES IN TRANSPARENT SOLIDS: PROPAGATION PECULIARITIES AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS,” UKRAINIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, pp. 457–463, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/57397.