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Short Wavelength Tail Effects in Multiphoton Induced Luminescence from ZnO Using sub-10 fs Ti:Sa Pulses

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Abstract

Multiphoton absorption induced ultraviolet luminescence in ZnO nanorods is investigated with interferometric frequency-resolved optical gating. Power dependency exponents between 3 and 4 are extracted, consistent with simulations using Keldysh theory showing three-photon and four-photon absorption.

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