Progress in Ultrafast Intense Laser Science II by Professor Kaoru Yamanouchi, Professor See Leang Chin,

By Professor Kaoru Yamanouchi, Professor See Leang Chin, Professor Pierre Agostini, Professor Gaetano Ferrante (auth.)

This e-book sequence addresses a newly rising interdisciplinary examine box, Ultrafast severe Laser technology, spanning atomic and molecular physics, molecular technology, and optical technological know-how. Its growth is being inspired by means of the hot improvement of ultrafast laser applied sciences. Highlights of this moment quantity contain Coulomb explosion and fragmentation of molecules, regulate of chemical dynamics, high-order harmonic iteration, propagation and filamentation, and laser-plasma interplay. All chapters are authored via most efficient specialists of their fields and the texts are written at a degree available to beginners and graduate scholars, every one bankruptcy starting with an introductory overview.

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33. M. -M. Horneman and R. Anttila: J. Mol. Spec. 152, 377 (1992). 34. F. F. V. W. S. R. Bunker, P. Dombi, F. D. M. B. Corkum: Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 013415 (2005). 35. E. Baldit, S. Saugout and C. Cornaggia: Phys. Rev. A 71, 021403 (2005). jp Summary. Ionization of organic molecules irradiated with intense infrared femtosecond pulses is explained from the perspective of intact molecular ion formation. Although fragmentation is more suppressed in general by femtosecond pulse excitation than pico- and nanosecond pulse excitations, molecules are still often heavily fragmented.

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Key to obtaining this result was the use of an ultrashort (∼5 femtosecond) driver laser. This ensured that the three-step mechanism outlined above could only occur once during the entire femtosecond laser pulse. The same team has since reported the production of isolated 250 attosecond pulses [10], has succesfully implemented the use of an amplified carrier envelope phase-stabilized laser in the production of isolated attosecond laser pulses [11] and has given the first demonstration of the use of isolated attosecond laser pulses in a time-resolved experiment where the time scale for Auger decay in Kr was measured [12].

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