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 Unified ab initio treatment of attosecond photoionization and Compton scattering


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We present a new theoretical approach to attosecond laser-assisted photo- and Compton ionization. Attosecond x-ray absorption and scattering are described by $\hat{\mathrsfs{S}}^{1,2}$-matrices, which are coherent superpositions of -monochromatic- $\hat{S}^{1,2}$-matrices in a laser-modified Furry representation. Besides refining the existing theory of the soft x-ray photoelectron attosecond streak camera and spectral phase interferometry ASC and ASPI, we formulate a theory of hard x-ray photoelectron and Compton ASC and ASPI. The resulting scheme has a simple structure and leads to closed-form expressions for ionization amplitudes. We investigate Compton electron interference in the separable Coulomb-Volkov continuum with both Coulomb and laser fields treated non-perturbatively. We find that at laser-field intensities below 10$^{13}$ Wcm$^{-2}$ normalized Compton lines almost coincide with the lines obtained in the laser-free regime. At higher intensities, attosecond interferences survive integration over electron momenta, and feature prominently in the Compton lines themselves. We define a regime where the electron ground-state density can be measured with controllable accuracy in an attosecond time interval. The new theory provides a firm basis for extracting photo- and Compton electron phases and atomic and molecular wavefunctions from experimental data.



Autor: G. L. Yudin; D. I. Bondar; S. Patchkovskii; P. B. Corkum; A. D. Bandrauk

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