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We propose a novel scheme for resolving the contribution of inner- and outer-valence electrons in XUV-initiated high-harmonic generation in neon. By probing the atom with a low energy (below the 2s ionisation threshold) ultrashort XUV pulse, the 2p electron is steered away from the core, while the 2s electron is enabled to describe recollision trajectories. By selectively suppressing the 2p recollision trajectories we can resolve the contribution of the 2s electron to the high-harmonic spectrum. We apply the classical trajectory model to account for the contribution of the 2s electron, which allows for an intuitive understanding of the process.
- High Harmonic Generation
- Atomic Physics
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Andrew Brown (Invited speaker)30 Aug 2016
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- School of Mathematics and Physics - Research Software Engineer
- Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (CTAMOP)