Double ionization probed on the attosecond timescale
Double ionization following the absorption of a single photon is one of the most fundamental processes requiring interaction between electrons. Information about this interaction is usually obtained by detecting emitted particles without access to real-time dynamics. Here, attosecond light pulses, electron wave packet interferometry and coincidence techniques are combined to measure electron emission times in double ionization of xenon using single ionization as a clock, providing unique...[Show more]
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