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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

JC: Richard: Inconsistencies between two attosecond pulse metrology methods: A comparative study

The two basic approaches underlying most of the metrology of attosecond pulse trains are compared in the spectral region ~14-24 eV, that is, the second-order intensity volume autocorrelation and the resolution of attosecond beating by interference of two photon transitions (RABITT). They give rather dissimilar pulse durations. It is concluded that for the present experimental conditions RABITT may underestimate the duration under measurement, due to variations of the driving intensity, but in conjunction with theory allows an estimation of the relative contributions of two different electron trajectories to the extreme-ultraviolet (XUV) radiation.
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