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12 December 2001 Collisional optical-field ionization soft x-ray lasers
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We report recent investigations on collisional Optical-Field Ionization soft x-ray lasers. The amplifying medium is generated by focusing a high energy circularly polarized, 35 fs 10 Hz Ti: sapphire laser system in a few mm cell filled with gas (xenon or krypton). Using xenon, a gain of 67 cm-1 on the 4d95p-4d95d transition at 41.8 nm in Pd-like xenon and a gain-length product of 15 have been inferred at saturation. This source delivers about 5 109 photons per pulse. Using krypton, a large amplification of the 3d94d-3d94p line at 32.8 nm has been observed for the first time. The influence of the pumping energy and the laser polarization on the lasing output are also presented.
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