Laser-matter interaction in the bulk of a transparent solid: Confined microexplosionn and void formation
We present here the experimental and theoretical studies of a single femtosecond laser pulse interaction inside a bulk of transparent media (sapphire, glass, polymer). This interaction leads to the drastic transformations in a solid resulting in a void formation inside a dielectric. The laser pulse energy is absorbed within a volume of approximately 0.15 μ m3 creating a pressure and temperature comparable to that in the core of a strong multi-kilo-tons explosion. The material within this volume...[Show more]
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