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Octave-spanning Coherent Mid-IR Pulses via Adiabatic Difference Frequency Generation

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A 2.05-4.6-µm mid-IR spectrum (−10 dB) is generated by adiabatic conversion of a near-IR OPCPA pulse, employing a single 2-centimeter-long quasi-phase-matched lithium niobate grating. The technique is widely applicable for ultrabroadband near-IR to mid-IR conversion.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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