11 October 2007 Theoretical and experimental investigations of spectral and temporal properties of seeded soft x-ray lasers
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We present in this paper theoretical and experimental investigations of temporal and spectral properties of seeded soft x-ray lasers. Bloch-Maxwell simulations of the harmonic pulse propagation in a soft x-ray laser plasma have been performed. Results show a growing wake of coherent radiation formed after the harmonic pulse.We describe the first measurement of the spectral bandwidth of a seeded soft x-ray laser. Using a varying path difference interferometer the spectral profile of a seeded OFI x-ray laser has been experimentally determined, leading to a Fourier-transform pulse duration of 5ps. The measured bandwidth is in good agreement with simulations. Finally we present the progress toward the implementation of a seeded soft x-ray laser at 18.9 nm at the new LASERIX facility.
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Olivier Guilbaud, Annie Klisnick, Kevin Cassou, Sophie Kazamias, Jamil Habib, Moana Pittman, David Ros, Stephane Sebban, Jean-Philippe Goddet, Julien Gautier, Philippe Zeitoun, Ildar Al'Miev, Olivier Larroche, Djamel Benredjem, Jacques Dubau, Clary Moller, Denis Joyeux, Sebastien de Rossi, Gille Maynard, Brigitte Cros, Amar Boudaa, Yoann Pertot, Emilie Courtet, Daniel Phalippou, Jean-Philippe Rousseau, Frederic Burgy, "Theoretical and experimental investigations of spectral and temporal properties of seeded soft x-ray lasers", Proc. SPIE 6702, Soft X-Ray Lasers and Applications VII, 67020B (11 October 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.739033; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.739033


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