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Simple evaluation of slow decay effect in short-pulse radiation

Simple evaluation of slow decay effect in short-pulse radiation

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The effective frequency, a quantitative measure to characterise short-pulse radiation, is used to give a simple evaluation of the slow decay effect in short-pulse radiation by making a well-defined comparison between the effective frequencies resulting from different short-pulse excitations. A direct criterion in choosing the exciting short pulse is thus provided.

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