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Molecular Orbital Imaging by High-order Harmonic Generation

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We present the imaging of carbon dioxide by high-order harmonic tomography, overcoming some critical obstacles that have prevented this result up to now by exploiting a few-cycle, high-energy, mid-IR parametric source as driving field.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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