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High-order harmonic generation by 800 and 1600nm pulse in a bow-tie-shaped metal nanostructure
Samaneh Askari *1, Masoud Mohebi
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We demonstrate systematic investigations of high-order-harmonic generation resulting from the interaction of hydrogen gases with localized surface plasmons. These plasmonic near-fields are produced when a bow-tie-shaped metal nanostructure is subject to an intense two-color laser pulse. By changing the relative phase and relative intensities, cut-off frequency will be controlled in high-order harmonic spectrum. The results show that the maximum cutoff frequency pulse can be observed by using a half-harmonic control pulse with a same relative strength and AWT IMAGE phase shift relative to the fundamental pulse.

Keywords: High Harmonic generation (HHG), two color laser field, bow-tie-shaped metal nanostructure
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Askari S, Mohebi M. High-order harmonic generation by 800 and 1600nm pulse in a bow-tie-shaped metal nanostructure. ICOP & ICPET. 2017; 23 :1-4
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