We report calculations of energy- and angle-resolved photoelectron distribution of F(-) irradiated by a linearly strong short infrared pulse, performed by evaluating the photoelectron ejection probability in the framework of a modified Keldysh theory, taking into account the temporal behavior of the pulse and the spatial inhomogeneity of the laser intensity. Results of the calculations are compared with the measurements of the photoelectron angular distribution recently appearing in the literature. The oscillations found in the experimental data are explained in terms of quantum interference effects.

BIVONA S, BONANNO G, BURLON R, & LEONE C (2009). ENERGY- AND ANGLE-RESOLVED ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION IN THE PHOTODETACHMENT OF F. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 79, 035403-1-035403-4.

ENERGY- AND ANGLE-RESOLVED ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION IN THE PHOTODETACHMENT OF F

BIVONA, Saverio;BONANNO, Giovanni;BURLON, Riccardo;LEONE, Claudio
2009

Abstract

We report calculations of energy- and angle-resolved photoelectron distribution of F(-) irradiated by a linearly strong short infrared pulse, performed by evaluating the photoelectron ejection probability in the framework of a modified Keldysh theory, taking into account the temporal behavior of the pulse and the spatial inhomogeneity of the laser intensity. Results of the calculations are compared with the measurements of the photoelectron angular distribution recently appearing in the literature. The oscillations found in the experimental data are explained in terms of quantum interference effects.
BIVONA S, BONANNO G, BURLON R, & LEONE C (2009). ENERGY- AND ANGLE-RESOLVED ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION IN THE PHOTODETACHMENT OF F. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 79, 035403-1-035403-4.
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