12 April 1996 Scattering of the ultrashort ionizing laser pulse in gas
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Two types of scattering of the laser radiation arising when an intense (1014 - 1016 W/cm2) subpicosecond ionizing pulse propagates in an atmospheric-density gas are considered: the stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) of the laser pulse by the electron plasma wave and the scattering as a result of the spatio-temporal instability in the self-produced plasma. The contributions of the spatio-temporal instability and the SRS to the laser pulse spectrum are compared.
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Valerii P. Kandidov, Valerii P. Kandidov, Olga G. Kosareva, Olga G. Kosareva, Svyatoslav A. Shlenov, Svyatoslav A. Shlenov, } "Scattering of the ultrashort ionizing laser pulse in gas", Proc. SPIE 2770, Laser Optics '95 and ICONO '95: Superintense Laser Fields, (12 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.238044; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.238044
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