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Towards the Absolute Timing of Photoemission from Condensed Matter Systems

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Abstract

We introduce a viable scheme for measuring the absolute duration of photoemission from solids. It employs an atomic chronograph on the surface during attosecond streaking spectroscopy. First experimental results on a tungsten(110) surface are presented.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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