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Figure 1: Measured XUV signal from argon as a function of jet position xj (normalized to the Rayleigh length xR) and pressure.
Figure 2: Measured XUV signal at the 39th harmonic (diamonds, 2 × 1014 W cm−2) as a function of the pressure in comparison with different theoretical models:


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Seres, J., Seres, E., Ecker, B. et al. Reply to 'The super-quadratic growth of high-harmonic signal as a function of pressure'. Nature Phys 6, 928–929 (2010).

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