Damage accumulation in thin ruthenium films induced by repetitive exposure to femtosecond XUV pulses below the single-shot ablation threshold

Igor A. Makhotkin* (Corresponding Author), Igor Milov, Jaromir Chalupský, Kai Tiedtke, Hartmut Enkisch, Gosse de Vries, Frank Scholze, Frank Siewert, Jacobus M. Sturm, Konstantin V. Nikolaev, Robbert W.E. van de Kruijs, Mark A. Smithers, Henk A.G.M. Van Wolferen, Enrico G. Keim, Eric Louis, Iwanna Jacyna, Marek Jurek, Dorota Klinger, Jerzy B. Pelka, Libor JuhaVěra Hájková, Vojtech Vozda, Tomáš Sburian, Karel Saksl, Bart Faatz, Barbara Keitel, Elke Plönjes, Siegfried Schreiber, Sven Toleikis, Rolf Loch, Martin Hermann, Sebastian Strobel, Rilpho Donker, Tobias Mey, Ryszard Sobierajski

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