Multiphoton electron angular distributions from laser-aligned CS2 molecules.

Abstract

Laser-aligned carbondisulfide (CS2) molecules are singly ionized by multiphoton absorption from intense, linearly polarized 25 fs laser pulses. The angular distribution of the photoelectrons exhibits a significant dependence on the angle between the polarizations of the aligning and ionizing laser fields. The widely used strong-field approximation predicts angular distributions in qualitative agreement with the experimental data but fails at a quantitative level.

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@article{Kumarappan2008MultiphotonEA, title={Multiphoton electron angular distributions from laser-aligned CS2 molecules.}, author={Vinod Kumarappan and Lotte Holmegaard and C. Martiny and Christian Bruun Madsen and Thomas Kim Kjeldsen and Simon S. Viftrup and Lars Bojer Madsen and Henrik Stapelfeldt}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2008}, volume={100 9}, pages={093006} }