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Attosecond Sources for Time-Bandwidth Balanced Spectroscopy

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Spectral bandwidth in attosecond pulses can span multiple energy levels simultaneously, complicating time-resolved photoemission applications. We seek to adapt attosecond sources to study condensed-matter dynamics with sub-eV resolution, unfolding on the corresponding femtosecond timescale.

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