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Experimental ionization of atomic hydrogen with few-cycle pulses

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Abstract

We present experimental data on strong-field ionization of atomic hydrogen by few-cycle laser pulses. We obtain quantitative agreement at the 10% level between the data and an ab initio simulation over a wide range of laser intensities and electron energies.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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