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Temporal Lenses for Three-Dimensional Electron Pulse Compression

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Abstract

We propose an all-optical method of compressing electron pulses to attosecond durations and sub-micrometer dimensions using ultrafast optical pulses. Applications range from ultrafast electron imaging to coherent terahertz sources.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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