Pulse-shape effects in strong-field atomic ionization by an XUV pulse
Achieving a significant displacement, defined as a time integral of the vector potential taken over the pulse duration, in strong-field atomic ionization critically depends on the envelope function used for the electric field. Due to the sensitivity of theoretical predictions to the pulse details, an experimental realization of the effect appears to be a major challenge.
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