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High harmonic probes of inner electron sub-cycle dynamics in molecules

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Abstract

Electrons below the highest occupied orbital can contribute significantly to strong field laser-atom ionization. The high harmonics produced by these inner electrons reveal sub-cycle intramolecular dynamics. We show examples in H2O and N2.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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