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Multiphoton ionization of atoms in the presence of multiple resonances

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Abstract

A model of multiple resonances between groups of discrete and autoionizing levels is proposed for the description of the process of multiphoton ionization. The phenomena of the extremely rapid broadening and growth of amplitudes of the multiphoton resonances, observed experimentally in the yield of Sr+ and Ba+ ions [ J. Phys. B. 14, 2253– 2359 ( 1981); Elementary Processes in Laser Radiation Field ( 1988), pp. 122– 153)] are explained on the basis of this model. The strong-coupling method was used in numerical calculations for Sr and Ba atoms in a strong laser field.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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