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In this paper, the authors review the development and application of coherent short wavelength light sources implemented using the high harmonic generation (HHG) process, such as the KMLabs Pantheon EUV laser system. The physics underlying HHG brought quantum physics into the domain of attosecond time-scales for the first time. The observation and manipulation of electron dynamics on such short time-scales—a capability not conceived-of just a few decades ago—is becoming both more-and-more sophisticated and useful as a route to achieve exquisite control over short wavelength light. New experimental techniques are enabling HHG light sources to provide new insights into fundamental quantum interactions in materials, making it possible for the first time to capture the fastest charge, spin, photon and phonon interactions and to achieve diffraction-limited imaging at short wavelengths.




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