Ionization spectra for H from the 1s solid line, the 2s dotted line and the 2p<sub>0</sub> dashed–dotted line for laser pulses with ω = 0.855 au, <em>F</em><sub>0</sub> = 0.05 au, <em>N</em> = 7 and 27 cycles
R Della Picca
J Fiol
P D Fainstein
10.6084/m9.figshare.1012670.v1
https://figshare.com/articles/_Ionization_spectra_for_H_from_the_1s_solid_line_the_2s_dotted_line_and_the_2p_sub_0_sub_dashed_dott/1012670
<p><strong>Figure 5.</strong> Ionization spectra for H from the 1s solid line, the 2s dotted line and the 2p<sub>0</sub> dashed–dotted line for laser pulses with ω = 0.855 au, <em>F</em><sub>0</sub> = 0.05 au, <em>N</em> = 7 and 27 cycles. The ionization spectra from 2s and 2p<sub>0</sub> are shifted to lower energy in 0.375 au.</p> <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>We present a detailed study of the ionization probability of H and H_{2}^{+} induced by a short intense laser pulse. Starting from a Coulomb–Volkov description of the process we derive a multipole-like expansion where each term is factored into two contributions: one that accounts for the effect of the electromagnetic field on the free-electron final state and a second factor that depends only on the target structure. Such a separation may be valuable to solve complex atomic or molecular systems as well as to interpret the dynamics of the process in simpler terms. We show that the series expansion converges rapidly, and thus the inclusion of the first few terms is sufficient to produce accurate results.</p>
2013-08-27 00:00:00
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