Super-Intense Laser-Atom Physics IV

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Atoms in a strong radiation field are interesting objects. While, for a long time, first-order perturbation theory was adequate to explain low-intensity effects, the development of the pulsed laser has changed matters dramatically, allowing fields to be applied that have a large, or even dominant influence on atomic structure: super-intense fields.
The term is actually quite difficult to define, however, and it has no absolute meaning. An atom in a radiation field can best be ...

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Overview

Atoms in a strong radiation field are interesting objects. While, for a long time, first-order perturbation theory was adequate to explain low-intensity effects, the development of the pulsed laser has changed matters dramatically, allowing fields to be applied that have a large, or even dominant influence on atomic structure: super-intense fields.
The term is actually quite difficult to define, however, and it has no absolute meaning. An atom in a radiation field can best be described in terms of the ratios of the quantities involved. In almost all cases, however, quiver motion is the dominant feature of all atomic physics in the super-intense regime. But this can result in a wide variety of phenomena, such as ionization, emission of radiation, exchange of excess photons with the field, double ionization, etc. All of these aspects are discussed in the present book, grouped under four main headings: Multiphoton ionization; Multielectron atoms; Hard radiation quanta; and Coherence and interference.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
The various causes of stabilization 1
Interference stabilization 11
Coherently controlled Rydberg atoms as gain medium for an x-ray laser 23
On adiabatic generation of Trojan wave packets 37
Photoionization and stabilization of Rydberg atoms with high values of orbital momentum 45
Stability windows in ionization via Rydberg states 55
Dynamics of classical system with short-range potential in an intense electromagnetic wave field 65
Intense-field stabilization of atomic hydrogen: classical ensemble 73
Classical mechanical theories of intense field stabilization 83
Strong field atomic dynamics 97
Quantum and classical mechanics of rescattering effects in high-order ATI and HHG 109
MPI of atoms in intense laser pulses 123
Sturmian-Floquet calculations in hydrogen 133
Electrons in strong field ionization 143
Circular dichroism and related effects in multiphoton transitions 153
Dynamics of multiphoton molecular ionization and dissociation 163
Laser-induced Coulomb explosion of small linear polyatomic ions 171
Small molecules in intense laser fields; is there a place for stabilization? 181
Single-atom and plasma processes at intensities up to 10[superscript 18] W/cm2 193
A time-of-flight photoelectron spectrometer for the analysis of fullerenes 209
Correlation and its measure 213
Model two-electron atoms and ions in intense short laser pulses 221
Multiply charged negative ions of hydrogen induced by a super-intense high-frequency laser field 233
Floquet theory of multiphoton processes in multielectron atoms 245
The correlation effects of multielectron atom in intense electromagnetic field 257
Density-functional approach to atoms in strong laser pulses 267
Hyperspherical coordinates approach to one-dimensional models of two-electron quantum systems 285
Continuum-continuum Autler-Townes splitting in calcium 295
Wave packet dynamics in two-electron atoms: influence of a strongly driven core resonance 305
Mechanism of direct double ionization of He in intense laser fields 317
Non-sequential triple ionization of Ar atoms in an intense 1053nm laser field 331
A new model for non-sequential ionization of Xe atoms in an ultrafast intense Ti:Sapph laser field 337
Multiphoton physics with x-rays 343
Experimental studies of x-ray emission resulting from the intense irradiation of atomic clusters 355
A collinear setup for optical/x-ray cross correlation measurements based on laser-assisted Auger decay
Two color photoionization using high-order harmonic radiation 381
Laser-assisted photoeffect at moderate intensities 391
Laser-electron scattering at relativistic intensities 401
Photon emission by an electron colliding with a short focused laser pulse 411
High-harmonic generation in atoms and ions 421
Optimization and applications of harmonic generation
Time dependence of harmonic generation by a single atom 445
High-order harmonic generation with a 25 femtosecond laser pulse 455
Harmonic emission with elliptical polarisation 467
Polarization-dependent one- and two-color high-harmonic generation 477
Dynamics of the stimulated Raman scattering of subpicosecond laser pulse in the self-produced plasma 489
Change of the frequency spectrum of relativistically strong laser pulses during their interaction with a plasma 503
Non-linear optics in plasma waveguides 513
Observation of relativistic and charge displacement self-channeling using x-ray fluorescence 523
Quasi-steady states of ionized media in intense laser fields 535
Coherent control of above-threshold ionization 547
Laser-induced atomic structure 557
Ionization of Rydberg hydrogen by a half-cycle pulse 569
Atom-atom correlations and non-locality 583
Classification of lasers without inversion 593
Subject index 603
Author index 607
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