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Correlation-Induced Photoemission Delay in Helium

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We determined the photoemission timing of electrons escaping during shake-down and shake-up processes in helium with sub-attosecond standard error. Excellent agreement with ab-initio calculations allows benchmarking of theoretical models and identifies contributions of electronic correlation.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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