Time- and momentum-resolved photoemission studies using time-of-flight momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser.

@article{Kutnyakhov2020TimeAM,
  title={Time- and momentum-resolved photoemission studies using time-of-flight momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser.},
  author={D. Kutnyakhov and R. P. Xian and Maciej Dendzik and Michael Heber and F. Pressacco and S. Y. Agustsson and Lukas Wenthaus and H. Meyer and S. Gieschen and G. Mercurio and A. Benz and Kevin Buhlman and S. Daster and R. Gort and D. Curcio and K. Volckaert and M. Bianchi and C. Sanders and J. Miwa and S. Ulstrup and A. Oelsner and C. Tusche and Y. Chen and D. Vasilyev and K. Medjanik and Gunter Brenner and S. Dziarzhytski and H. Redlin and B. Manschwetus and Shuo Dong and Jasper Hauer and Laurenz Rettig and J. Demsar and Hans-Joachim Elmers and P. Hofmann and R. Ernstorfer and G. Schǒnhense and Y. Acremann and W. Wurth},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2020},
  volume={91 1},
  pages={
          013109
        }
}
  • D. Kutnyakhov, R. P. Xian, +36 authors W. Wurth
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Medicine
  • The Review of scientific instruments
  • Time-resolved photoemission with ultrafast pump and probe pulses is an emerging technique with wide application potential. Real-time recording of nonequilibrium electronic processes, transient states in chemical reactions, or the interplay of electronic and structural dynamics offers fascinating opportunities for future research. Combining valence-band and core-level spectroscopy with photoelectron diffraction for electronic, chemical, and structural analyses requires few 10 fs soft X-ray… CONTINUE READING

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