When an electron is ejected from an atom after absorption of a photon, the photoelectron wave packet has an extremely short group delay between the photon absorption and the electron emission. This interval, called the Eisenbud-Wigner-Smith delay, is on the order of a few attoseconds. Here, we present a new method to measure the photoemission delay, using coherent-controlled free-electron laser pulses.

Attosecond delays in photoionization studied with coherent-controlled FEL

Giannessi L.;
2020

Abstract

When an electron is ejected from an atom after absorption of a photon, the photoelectron wave packet has an extremely short group delay between the photon absorption and the electron emission. This interval, called the Eisenbud-Wigner-Smith delay, is on the order of a few attoseconds. Here, we present a new method to measure the photoemission delay, using coherent-controlled free-electron laser pulses.
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