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Modifying Silicon Surface With Single Femtosecond Laser Pulses at Near-Threshold Fluences in Different Media

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Nanotopography features of the silicon surface presenting the first structural response to single femtosecond laser pulse action at minimally disruptive intensities in air and water are reported. Distinctive features at higher fluences are discussed.

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