Non-Sequential Double Ionization of Ne in Intense Laser Pulses: A Coincidence Experiment
The dynamics of Neon double ionization by 25 fs, 1.0 PW/cm2 laser pulses at 795 nm has been studied in a many particle coincidence experiment. The momentum vectors of all ejected atomic fragments (electrons and ions) have been measured using combined electron and recoil-ion momentum spectroscopy. Electron emission spectra for double and single ionization will be discussed. In both processes the mean electron energies differ considerably and high energetic electrons with energies of more than 120 eV have been observed for double ionization. The experimental results are in qualitative agreement with the rescattering model.
R. Moshammer and B. Feuerstein and D. Fischer and A. Dorn and C. D. Schroter and J. Deipenwisch and J. R. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia and C. Hohr and P. B. Neumayer and J. H. Ullrich and H. Rottke and C. Trump and M. Wittmann and G. Korn and W. Sandner, "Non-Sequential Double Ionization of Ne in Intense Laser Pulses: A Coincidence Experiment," Optics Express, vol. 8, no. 7, pp. 358-367, Optical Society of American (OSA), Mar 2001.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.8.000358
Keywords and Phrases
Atomic Physics; Electron Emission; Electron Spectroscopy; Ionization; Laser Pulses; Molecular Dynamics; Neon; Vectors; Atomic And Molecular Physics; Energetic Electrons; Momentum Vectors; Multiphoton Processes
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