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Title:
Moving the Frontier of Quantum Control into the Soft X-Ray Spectrum
Abstract:
The femtosecond nature of X-ray free electron laser (FEL) pulses opens up exciting research possibilities in time-resolved studies including femtosecond photoemission and diffraction. The recent developments of seeding X-ray FELs extend their capabilities by creating stable, temporally coherent, and repeatable pulses. This in turn opens the possibility of spectral engineering soft X-ray pulses to use as a probe for the control of quantum dynamics. We propose a method for extending coherent control pulse-shaping techniques to the soft X-ray spectral range by using a reflective geometry 4f pulse shaper. This method is based on recent developments in asymmetrically cut multilayer optic technology and piezoelectric substrates.
Imprint:
New York, NY, Hindawi, 2011
Journal Information:
Int. J. Opt., 2011, 417075 (2011)
ISSN:
1687-8183
1687-9392
1687-9384
1687-8175
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DOI: 10.1155/2011/417075
WOS: WOS:00
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English
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