We used velocity-map-imaging to measure electronic and nuclear dynamics in N2 molecules excited by a train of attosecond pulses. A time-to-space mapping of autoionization channel is demonstrated. It is found that the autoionization becomes energetically allowed when the two nuclei are still very close (~ 3 Å) and that it can be coherently manipulated by a strong femtosecond infrared pulse. © Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2013.

Ultrafast relaxation dynamics of highly-excited states in N2 molecules excited by femtosecond XUV pulses

LUCCHINI, MATTEO;CALEGARI, FRANCESCA;SANSONE, GIUSEPPE;NISOLI, MAURO
2013

Abstract

We used velocity-map-imaging to measure electronic and nuclear dynamics in N2 molecules excited by a train of attosecond pulses. A time-to-space mapping of autoionization channel is demonstrated. It is found that the autoionization becomes energetically allowed when the two nuclei are still very close (~ 3 Å) and that it can be coherently manipulated by a strong femtosecond infrared pulse. © Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2013.
EPJ Web of Conferences
9782759809561
Physics and Astronomy (all)
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