Dependence of femtosecond single-photon photoemission from gold on laser beam incidence and

Girardeau-Montaut, J.P.; Girardeau-Montaut, C.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/2/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p699
Academic Journal
Analyzes the dependence of femtosecond single-photon photoemission from gold on the laser beam polarization. Adjustment of the laser energy by beam reflections; Accounts of the polarization states and the angle of incidence in a nonlinear photoelectric emission; Relevance of the angle of incident measurement to vectorial photoemission effects.


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