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Time-Resolved Dual Frequency Comb Phase Spectroscopy of Laser-Induced Plasmas

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Abstract

We present the first results using time-resolved dual-comb phase spectroscopy in a laser-induced plasma. It can allow for simultaneous plasma characterization as well as multi-species detection and plasma characterization.

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