Abstract

Atomically strong multi-terahertz waves drive novel subcycle quantum dynamics, including spin and pseudospin switching, high-harmonics from topological Dirac currents, and superresolution band-structure mapping. Lightwave STM allows for the first femtosecond atomic force control of molecules.

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