3 years ago

Frustrated Double Ionization of Argon Atoms in Strong Laser Fields.

Andrius Baltuška, Xinhua Xie, Markus Kitzler, Seyedreza Larimian, Sonia Erattupuzha

We demonstrate kinematically complete measurements on frustrated double ionization of argon atoms in strong laser fields with a reaction microscope. We found that the electron trapping probability after strong field double ionization is much higher than that after strong field single ionization, especially in case of high laser intensity. The retrieved electron momentum distributions of frustrated double ionization show a clear transition from the nonsequential to the sequential regime, similar to those of strong field double ionization. The dependence of electron momentum width on the laser intensity further indicates that the second released electron has a dominant contribution to frustrated double ionization in the sequential regime.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.03738

DOI: arXiv:1801.03738v1

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