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Broadband Ultraviolet Generation with 50% Conversion Efficiency in Hollow Capillary Fibers

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We demonstrate broadband wavelength up-conversion (240-320 nm) based on a seeded four-wave mixing scheme in gas-filled stretched hollow-capillary fibers with 50% conversion efficiency. Our technique is scalable in energy from the nJ to mJ level.

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