The dynamic conductivity and the plasmon profile of Aluminum in the ultra-fast-matter regime; an analysis of recent X-ray scattering data from the LCLS

@inproceedings{Dharmawardana2016TheDC,
  title={The dynamic conductivity and the plasmon profile of Aluminum in the ultra-fast-matter regime; an analysis of recent X-ray scattering data from the LCLS},
  author={M. W. Chandre Dharma-wardana},
  year={2016}
}
We use an explicitly isochoric two-temperature theory to analyze recent X-ray laser scattering data for Aluminum in the ultra-fast-matter (UFM) regime up to 6 eV. The observed surprisingly low conductivities are explained by including strong electron-ion scattering effects using the phase shifts calculated via the neutral-pseudo-atom model. The applicability of the Mermin model to UFM is questioned. The static and dynamic conductivity, complex collision frequency and the plasmon line-shape are… 
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