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High Peak and Average Power Ultrashort Pulses from Double Stage Nonlinear Compression of a Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplification System

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Double stage nonlinear compression by use of self-phase modulation in noble gases is used to shorten 1 mJ, <600 fs pulses at 50 kHz. This leads to 35 fs, 380 µJ (19 W), 5.7 GW pulses.

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