Attosecond time-delay spectroscopy of the hydrogen molecule
We apply the concept of photoemission time delay to the process of single-photon one-electron ionization of the H2 molecule. We demonstrate that, by resolving the photoelectron detection in time on the attosecond scale, one can extract differential photoionization cross sections for particular field and molecule orientations from the measurement on a randomly oriented molecule
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