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Space Charge Free Ultrafast Photoelectron Spectroscopy on Solids by a Narrowband Tunable Extreme Ultraviolet Light Source.

  title={Space Charge Free Ultrafast Photoelectron Spectroscopy on Solids by a Narrowband Tunable Extreme Ultraviolet Light Source.},
  author={Riccardo Cucini and Tommaso Pincelli and Giancarlo Panaccione and Damir Kopi{\'c} and Fabio Frassetto and Paolo Miotti and Gian Marco Pierantozzi and Simone Peli and Andrea Fondacaro and Aleksander De Luisa and Alessandro De Vita and Pietro Carrara and Damjan Krizmancic and Daniel T. Payne and Federico Salvador and Andrea Sterzi and Luca Poletto and Fulvio Parmigiani and Giorgio Rossi and Federico Cilento},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
Here we report on a novel High Harmonic Generation (HHG) light source designed for space charge free ultrafast photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) on solids. The ultimate overall energy resolution achieved on a polycrystalline Au sample is ~22 meV at 40 K. These results have been obtained at a photon energy of 16.9 eV with a pulse bandwidth of ~19 meV, by varying, up to 200 kHz, the photon pulses repetition rate and the photon fluence on the sample. These features set a new benchmark for tunable… 
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