Attosecond science

Jiro Itatani, Hiromichi Niikura, Paul B. Corkum

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All aspects of attosecond technology rely on electron wavepackets formed by ionization and controlled by strong laser fields. When the electron wavepacket is formed by tunnel ionization in linearly polarized light, attosecond electron or optical pulses can be produced, both of which will play significant rolls in attosecond spectroscopy. When the electron wavepacket is formed by an attosecond x-ray pulse, the x-ray pulse can be fully characterized by using a strong laser field. If an atomic, molecular or nuclear dynamic processes form correlated wavepackets, the decay dynamics can be measured with attosecond precision.

元の言語English
ホスト出版物のタイトルPhysica Scripta T
ページ112-119
ページ数8
T110
DOI
出版物ステータスPublished - 2004
外部発表Yes
イベントXXIII International Conference on Photonic, Electronic, and Atomic Collisions, 23rd ICPEAC - Stockholm, Sweden
継続期間: 2003 7 232003 7 29

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OtherXXIII International Conference on Photonic, Electronic, and Atomic Collisions, 23rd ICPEAC
Sweden
Stockholm
期間03/7/2303/7/29

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electrons
pulses
ionization
polarized light
lasers
tunnels
x rays
molecular dynamics
decay
spectroscopy

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Itatani, J., Niikura, H., & Corkum, P. B. (2004). Attosecond science. : Physica Scripta T (巻 T110, pp. 112-119) https://doi.org/10.1238/Physica.Topical.110a00112

Attosecond science. / Itatani, Jiro; Niikura, Hiromichi; Corkum, Paul B.

Physica Scripta T. 巻 T110 2004. p. 112-119.

研究成果: Chapter

Itatani, J, Niikura, H & Corkum, PB 2004, Attosecond science. : Physica Scripta T. 巻. T110, pp. 112-119, XXIII International Conference on Photonic, Electronic, and Atomic Collisions, 23rd ICPEAC, Stockholm, Sweden, 03/7/23. https://doi.org/10.1238/Physica.Topical.110a00112
Itatani J, Niikura H, Corkum PB. Attosecond science. : Physica Scripta T. 巻 T110. 2004. p. 112-119 https://doi.org/10.1238/Physica.Topical.110a00112
Itatani, Jiro ; Niikura, Hiromichi ; Corkum, Paul B. / Attosecond science. Physica Scripta T. 巻 T110 2004. pp. 112-119
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