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Ionization

2003

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Probing Scattering Wave Functions Close To The Nucleus, Don H. Madison, Daniel Fischer, Matthew S. Foster, Michael Schulz, Robert Moshammer, Stephenie J. Jones, Joachim Hermann Ullrich Dec 2003

Probing Scattering Wave Functions Close To The Nucleus, Don H. Madison, Daniel Fischer, Matthew S. Foster, Michael Schulz, Robert Moshammer, Stephenie J. Jones, Joachim Hermann Ullrich

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Recently, three-dimensional imaging of the ejected electrons following 100  MeV/amu C6+ single ionization of helium led to the observation of a new structure not predicted by theory [M. Schulz et al., Nature (London) 422, 48 (2003)]. Instead of the usual “recoil lobe” centered on the momentum-transfer axis, a ring-shaped structure centered on the beam axis was observed. New measurements at 2  MeV/amu exhibit a similar structure, which is now predicted by theory. We argue that the same theory failed at 100  MeV/amu because the faster projectiles probe distances much closer to the nucleus, where our multiple-scattering ...


Rescattering Of Ultralow-Energy Electrons For Single Ionization Of Ne In The Tunneling Regime, Robert Moshammer, Joachim Hermann Ullrich, Bernold Feuerstein, Daniel Fischer, Alexander Dorn, Claus Dieter Schroter, Jose R. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia, C. Hoehr, Horst Rottke, Christoph Trump, M. Wittmann, Georg Korn, Wolfgang Sandner Sep 2003

Rescattering Of Ultralow-Energy Electrons For Single Ionization Of Ne In The Tunneling Regime, Robert Moshammer, Joachim Hermann Ullrich, Bernold Feuerstein, Daniel Fischer, Alexander Dorn, Claus Dieter Schroter, Jose R. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia, C. Hoehr, Horst Rottke, Christoph Trump, M. Wittmann, Georg Korn, Wolfgang Sandner

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Electron emission for single ionization of Ne by 25 fs, 1.0 PW/cm2 laser pulses at 800 nm was investigated. Kinematics was studied using a 'reaction microscope'. Results showed a zero longitudinal momentum of a low-energy electron with high resolution.