The imaginary part of the high-harmonic cutoff: 3D figures and Supplementary Material

This page contains 3D figures and the Supplementary Material for the paper

The imaginary part of the high-harmonic cutoff. E. Pisanty, M.F. Ciappina and M. Lewenstein. J. Phys. Photonics 2, 034013 (2020), arXiv:2003.00277.

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These models should be printable on a variety of technologies, including resin-based SLS and filament-based SLA. Unfortunately, due to quarantine measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak of early 2020, it has not been possible for the authors to verify that the models can print correctly, so they are provided as is, in the hope that they do.