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2017-09-14
16:06
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-10786] Journal Article
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Application of Matched-Filter Concepts to Unbiased Selection of Data in Pump-Probe Experiments with Free Electron Lasers
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Pump-probe experiments are commonly used at Free Electron Lasers (FEL) to elucidate the femtosecond dynamics of atoms, molecules, clusters, liquids and solids. Maximizing the signal-to-noise ratio of the measurements is often a primary need of the experiment, and the aggregation of repeated, rapid, scans of the pump-probe delay is preferable to a single long-lasting scan. [...]
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2017-09-14
16:03
[PUBDB-2017-10785] Journal Article
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Vectorial optical field reconstruction by attosecond spatial interferometry
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An electrical pulse E(t) is defined completely by its time-dependent amplitude and polarization direction. For opticalpulses the manipulation and characterization of the light polarization state is fundamental because of its relevance inseveral scientific and technologicalfields. [...]
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2017-09-14
16:02
[PUBDB-2017-10784] Journal Article
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Attosecond Electron Dynamics in Molecules
Chemical reviews 117(16), 10760 - 10825 (2017) [10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00453]  GO
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Advances in attosecond science have led to a wealth of important discoveries in atomic, molecular, and solid-state physics and are progressively directing their footsteps toward problems of chemical interest. Relevant technical achievements in the generation and application of extreme-ultraviolet subfemtosecond pulses, the introduction of experimental techniques able to follow in time the electron dynamics in quantum systems, and the development of sophisticated theoretical methods for the interpretation of the outcomes of such experiments have raised a continuous growing interest in attosecond phenomena, as demonstrated by the vast literature on the subject. [...]
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2017-09-14
15:59
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-10783] Journal Article
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The ELI-ALPS facility: the next generation of attosecond sources
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This review presents the technological infrastructure that will be available at the Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) international facility. ELI-ALPS will offer to the international scientific community ultrashort pulses in the femtosecond and attosecond domain for time-resolved investigations with unprecedented levels of high quality characteristics. [...]
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2017-09-14
15:55
[PUBDB-2017-10782] Journal Article
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Time-Resolved Measurement of Interatomic Coulombic Decay Induced by Two-Photon Double Excitation of Ne 2
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The hitherto unexplored two-photon doubly excited states [Ne*$(2p−^13s)]_2$ were experimentallyidentified using the seeded, fully coherent, intense extreme ultraviolet free-electron laser FERMI. Thesestates undergo ultrafast interatomic Coulombic decay (ICD), which predominantly produces singly ionizeddimers. [...]
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2017-09-14
15:52
[PUBDB-2017-10781] Journal Article
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Slow Interatomic Coulombic Decay of Multiply Excited Neon Clusters
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Ne clusters (∼5000 atoms) were resonantly excited $(2p→3s)$ by intense free electron laser (FEL)radiation at FERMI. Such multiply excited clusters can decay nonradiatively via energy exchange betweenat least two neighboring excited atoms. [...]
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2017-09-07
07:54
[PUBDB-2017-10449] Journal Article
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Attosecond chronoscopy of electron scattering in dielectric nanoparticles
Nature physics 13(8), 766 - 770 (2017) [10.1038/nphys4129]  GO
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The scattering of electrons in dielectric materials is central to laser nanomachining$^1$, light-driven electronics$^2$ and radiation damage$^{3, 4, 5}$. Here, we demonstrate real-time access to electron scattering by implementing attosecond streaking spectroscopy on dielectric nanoparticles: photoelectrons are generated inside the nanoparticles and both their transport through the material and photoemission are tracked on an attosecond timescale [...]
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