Time-Resolved Measurement of Interatomic Coulombic Decay Induced by Two-Photon Double Excitation of Ne_{2}.

@article{Takanashi2017TimeResolvedMO,
  title={Time-Resolved Measurement of Interatomic Coulombic Decay Induced by Two-Photon Double Excitation of Ne_\{2\}.},
  author={Tomoya Takanashi and Nikolay V. Golubev and Carlo Callegari and Hironobu Fukuzawa and Koji Motomura and Denys Iablonskyi and Yu Kumagai and Shreyoshi Mondal and Tomoyoshi Tachibana and Kiyonobu Nagaya and Toshiyuki Nishiyama and Kenji Matsunami and Per Johnsson and Paolo Piseri and Giuseppe E. Sansone and Antoine Dubrouil and Maurizio Reduzzi and Paolo Carpeggiani and Caterina Vozzi and Michele Devetta and Matteo Negro and Davide Faccial{\`a} and Francesca Calegari and Andrea Trabattoni and Mattea Carmen Castrovilli and Yevheniy Ovcharenko and Marcel Mudrich and Frank Stienkemeier and Marcello Coreno and Michele Alagia and Bernd Sch{\"u}tte and Nora Berrah and Oksana Plekan and P Finetti and Carlo Spezzani and Eugenio Ferrari and Enrico Allaria and Giuseppe Penco and Claudio Serpico and Giovanni De Ninno and Bruno Diviacco and S Di Mitri and Luca Giannessi and Ghader Jabbari and Kevin C Prince and Lorenz S. Cederbaum and Ph. V. Demekhin and Alexander I. Kuleff and Kiyoshi Ueda},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={118 3},
  pages={
          033202
        }
}
The hitherto unexplored two-photon doubly excited states [Ne^{*}(2p^{-1}3s)]_{2} were experimentally identified using the seeded, fully coherent, intense extreme ultraviolet free-electron laser FERMI. These states undergo ultrafast interatomic Coulombic decay (ICD), which predominantly produces singly ionized dimers. In order to obtain the rate of ICD, the resulting yield of Ne_{2}^{+} ions was recorded as a function of delay between the extreme ultraviolet pump and UV probe laser pulses. The… CONTINUE READING
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