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Extreme timescale core-level spectroscopy with tailored XUV pulses

@article{Singla2018ExtremeTC,
  title={Extreme timescale core-level spectroscopy with tailored XUV pulses},
  author={R. Singla and D. C. Haynes and K. Hanff and I. Grgura{\vs} and S. Schulz and H. Liu and A. Simoncig and F. Tellkamp and S. Bajt and K. Rossnagel and A. Cavalieri},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2018}
}
A new approach for few-femtosecond time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy in condensed matter that balances the combined needs for both temporal and energy resolution is demonstrated. Here, the method is designed to investigate a prototypical Mott insulator, tantalum disulphide (1T-TaS2), which transforms from its charge-density-wave ordered Mott insulating state to a conducting state in a matter of femtoseconds. The signature to be observed through the phase transition is a charge-density… Expand

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