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Remote Sensing in Atmospheric Air using Nonlinear Optics

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We study nonlinear optical effects using ultrafast pulses in atmospheric air, and show how they lead to backwards air lasing, femtosecond air tagging via multiphoton dissociation, and electric field measurements using second harmonic generation.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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