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Magnetic Circular Dichroism Probed with Bright High-order Harmonics

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We demonstrate the first bright circularly-polarized high-order harmonics. Using this new tabletop light source, we demonstrate magnetic circular dichroism measurements at the M-shell absorption edges of Cobalt.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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