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Tunable Few-Cycle Mid-IR Pulses towards Single-Cycle Duration by Adiabatic Frequency Conversion

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Abstract

Using adiabatic difference frequency generation, we generate Fourier-limited, few-cycle, tunable 2-4-μm mid-IR pulses at μJ-level, with controllable amplitude and phase by shaping before conversion from the near-IR, paving the way for arbitrary single-cycle mid-IR waveforms.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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