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Photoemission Time Delays from a Cu(111)-Surface: Validity of Macroscopic Laws for Probe-Field Effects

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Abstract

Photoemission delays from copper (111) are measured in an attosecond pump – infrared probe experiment. The influence of the probe pulse and the validity of the Fresnel equations on atomic length and time scales are investigated.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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