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High-order harmonic generation in a tightly focused laser beam

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Abstract

The force due to the transverse magnetic field of a laser beam drives an electron in the direction of laser propagation, thereby impeding the recollision mechanism for high-order harmonic generation. The longitudinal electric field component of a tightly focused Gaussian beam can sufficiently counteract the magnetic force to enhance the harmonic yield substantially. For tight focusing and a laser intensity of 1018Wcm2, it can raise the harmonic yield by several orders of magnitude.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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