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Journal Articles Optics Letters Year : 1996

Conical emission from self-guided femtosecond pulses in air

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Conical emission in the forward direction is observed from intense femtosecond light pulses propagating through air over long distances. The conical emission is attributed to Čerenkov radiation from a dynamic self-guiding structure consisting of a weakly ionized core surrounded by Kerr cladding.
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hal-00465610 , version 1 (20-03-2010)

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Erik T. Nibbering, P. F. Curley, Georges Grillon, Bernard Prade, Michel A. Franco, et al.. Conical emission from self-guided femtosecond pulses in air. Optics Letters, 1996, 21 (1), pp.62-65. ⟨10.1364/OL.21.000062⟩. ⟨hal-00465610⟩
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