We present and demonstrate an experimental scheme that enables overlap-free reconstruction of attosecond beating by the interference of two-photon transition (RABBITT) measurements at high extreme-ultraviolet (XUV) photon energies. A compact passively-stabilized attosecond beamline employing a multilayer (ML) mirror allows us to obtain XUV pulses consisting of only two odd high-harmonic orders from an attosecond pulse train (APT). We compare our new technique to existing schemes that are used...[Show more]
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