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Subpicosecond, Far Infrared Radiation from High-Intensity Laser Plasmas

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Laser pulses with terawatt intensities and 100 femtosecond duration are focused onto gas and solid targets. Strong emission of coherent terahertz radiation is observed. The most intense radiation is detected from solid density targets and is correlated with the emission of MeV x-rays and electrons.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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