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Dual-channel laser system with gap-less tuning from 250 - 1300 nm at megahertz repetition rates for time-resolved photoelectron-emission microscopy and spectroscopy

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Abstract

A dual-channel, high-power laser system with gap-less dining from 250 - 1300 nm at 30 - 50 femtoseconds pulse duration is presented as the ideal tool for time-resolved photoemission microscopy and spectroscopy experiments.

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