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Atoms in strong Laserfields

If an atom is in a laserbeam, the electronic field of the laser deforms the atomic potential which can lead to excitation and to different ionization processes. We investigated the double ionization of different rare gases and the correlation of the emitted electrons.

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rescattering Atoms and molecules in strong laser fields
repulsion Electron repulsion in nonsequential strong field double ionization
interference Streaking Temporal Double-Slit Interference by an Orthogonal Two-Color Laser Field
Electron spin polarization in strong-field ionization of Xenon atoms
Spin and Angular Momentum in Strong-Field Ionization
Ultrafast Preparation and Detection of Ring Currents in Single Atoms
Direct Experimental Access to the Nonadiabatic Initial Momentum Offset upon Tunnel Ionization
Magnetic fields alter strong-field ionization
Nonadiabatic Strong Field Ionization of Atomic Hydrogen
Ultrafast Kapitza-Dirac effect