Watt-level femtosecond mid-infrared sources in the wavelength range from 4.1 µm to 8.5 µm

in: Temporal Proceedings (2016)
Seidel, Marcus; Arisholm, Gunnar; Xiao, Xiao; Hartung, Alexander; Pervak, Vladimir; Pronin, Oleg; Krausz, Ferenc
A huge variety of molecules exhibits vibrational resonances in the mid-infrared (mIR) and thus the wavelength region is extremely attractive for spectroscopic applications like human breath or trace gas analysis. In particular, mIR frequency combs provide on the one hand the unique opportunity to precisely measure rovibrational transitions with high sensitivity and within a short measurement time [1].

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