Electron localization following attosecond molecular photoionization

@article{Sansone2010ElectronLF,
  title={Electron localization following attosecond molecular photoionization},
  author={Gerardo Sansone and Freek Kelkensberg and J F P{\'e}rez-Torres and Felipe Cardemil Morales and M. F. Kling and W. Siu and Omair Ghafur and Per Johnsson and Michael Swoboda and Enrico Benedetti and Fulvio Ferrari and Franck L{\'e}pine and Jos{\'e} Luis Sanz-Vicario and Sergey Zherebtsov and Irina Znakovskaya and Anne L’Huillier and Misha Yu. Ivanov and Mauro Nisoli and Fernando Mart{\'i}n and M. J. J. Vrakking},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2010},
  volume={465},
  pages={763-766}
}
For the past several decades, we have been able to directly probe the motion of atoms that is associated with chemical transformations and which occurs on the femtosecond (10−15-s) timescale. However, studying the inner workings of atoms and molecules on the electronic timescale has become possible only with the recent development of isolated attosecond (10−18-s) laser pulses. Such pulses have been used to investigate atomic photoexcitation and photoionization and electron dynamics in solids… CONTINUE READING

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