Photoionization delays in xenon using single-shot referencing in the collinear back-focusing geometry
Attosecond photoemission delays for all the valence (5p3/2, 5p1/2, 5s, 4d5/2, 4d3/2) subshells of xenon have been accessed using the interferometric RABBITT technique. The 4d subshell delays in Xe have been accessed for the first time, to the best of our knowledge, due to the high photon energy used. A novel technique of single-shot referencing in the collinear back-focusing geometry has been introduced. This enables us to distinguish the signal from principal photoelectron peaks due to...[Show more]
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