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Energy Correlation in Above-Threshold Nonsequential Double Ionization at 800 nm
Qing Liao,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.82.021403
Abstract: We have investigated the energy correlation of the two electrons from nonsequential double ionization of helium atom in 800 nm laser fields at intensities below the recollision threshold by quantum calculations. The circular arcs structure of the correlated electron momentum spectra reveals a resonant double ionization process in which the two electrons transit from doubly excited states into continuum states by simultaneously absorbing and sharing excess energy in integer units of the photon energy. Coulomb repulsion between the two electrons in continuum states is responsible for the dominant back-to-back electron emission and two intensity-independent cutoffs in the two-electron energy spectra.
Phase dependence of electron localization in HeH$^{2+}$ dissociation with an intense few-cycle laser pulse
Kunlong Liu,Weiyi Hong,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1364/OE.19.020279
Abstract: The electron localization in the dissociation of the asymmetric charged molecular ion HeH$^{2+}$ exposed to an intense few-cycle laser pulse is studied by solving numerically the 3D time-dependent Schr\"odinger equation. By varying the carrier-envelope phase (CEP) and the intensity of the pulse, the upward shift of the localization probability and the suppression of the dissociation channel He$^{2+}$+H are observed . Our analysis shows that the phenomenon is attributed to the asymmetric structure of the molecule as well as the recollision-assistant field-induced ionization of the electron wave packets localized on H$^+$ in the trailing of the pulse.
Asymmetric electron energy sharing in strong-field double ionization of helium
Yueming Zhou,Qing Liao,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.82.053402
Abstract: With the classical three-dimensional ensemble model, we have investigated the microscopic recollision dynamics in nonsequential double ionization of helium by 800 nm laser pulses at 2.0 PW/cm^2. We demonstrate that the asymmetric energy sharing between the two electrons at recollision plays a decisive role in forming the experimentally observed V-shaped structure in the correlated longitudinal electron momentum spectrum at the high laser intensity [Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 263003 (2007)]. This asymmetric energy sharing recollision leaves footprints on the transverse electron momentum spectra, which provide a new insight into the attosecond three-body interactions.
The Role of Nuclear Coulomb Attraction in Nonsequential Double Ionization of Argon Atom
Qing Liao,Yueming Zhou,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: The role of nucleus in strong-field nonsequential double ionization of Ar atoms is investigated using three-dimensional classical ensembles. By adjusting the nuclear Coulomb potential, we can excellently reproduce the experimental correlated electron and ion momentum spectra with laser intensities above the recollision threshold [Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 263001 (2004)] and below the recollision threshold [Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 053001 (2008)] quantitatively. Analysis reveals the detailed electronic dynamics when the nuclear Coulomb attraction plays a key role in the recollision process of nonsequential double ionization of Ar atoms. Comparison between our results for Ar and those for He shows that atom species have a strong influence on nonsequential double ionization.
Corrosion and Fatigue Testing of Microsized 304 Stainless Steel Beams Fabricated by Femtosecond Laser

Qiang Zhang,Xingpeng Guo,Nengli Dai,Peixiang Lu,

材料科学技术学报 , 2009,
Abstract: The 304 stainless steel (SS) microcantilever specimens with dimensions of 30 μm×30 μm×50 μm (thickness× width×length) were fabricated by femtosecond (fs) laser. The microsized cantilevers of good quality with structure and dimensions according commendably with that of the designed cantilever were obtained. The result shows that fs laser micromachining is a promising method for directly fabricating metallic microcomponents. Corrosion and fatigue properties of microsized specimens were carried out on the microsized 304 SS cantilever beams by a newly developed fatigue testing machine. The results show that the microsized 304 SS specimens appear to have an improved resistance towards localized corrosion compared to ordinary-sized 304 SS specimens after the static corrosion testing. The testing result shows that the presence of corrosive solution reduces the fatigue lifetime of the 304 SS specimen by a factor of 10-100. The maximum bending loads measured by fatigue testing machine decrease rapidly at the terminal stage of environment assisted fatigue testing. Corrosion fracture first occurred at the range of notch with a higher tensile bending stress, and exhibited clear evidence of trans-columnar fracture detected by SEM (scanning electron microscopy).
Carrier-envelope phase measurement from half-cycle high harmonics
Pengfei Lan,Peixiang Lu,Fang Li,Yuhua Li,Zhenyu Yang
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1364/OE.16.005868
Abstract: We present a method to distinguish the high harmonics generated in individual half-cycle of the driving laser pulse by mixing a weak ultraviolet pulse, enabling one to observe the cutoff of each half-cycle harmonic. We show that the detail information of the driving laser pulse, including the laser intensity, pulse duration and carrier-envelope phase, can be {\it in situ} retrieved from the harmonic spectrogram. In addition, our results show that this method also distinguishes the half-cycle high harmonics for a pulse longer than 10 fs, suggesting a potential to extend the CEP measurement to the multi-cycle regime.
Efficient generation of isolated attosecond pulses with high beam-quality by two-color Bessel-Gauss beams
Zhe Wang,Weiyi Hong,Qingbin Zhang,Shaoyi Wang,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1364/OL.37.000238
Abstract: The generation of isolated attosecond pulses with high efficiency and high beam quality is essential for attosec- ond spectroscopy. We numerically investigate the supercontinuum generation in a neutral rare-gas medium driven by a two-color Bessel-Gauss beam. The results show that an efficient smooth supercontinuum in the plateau is obtained after propagation, and the spatial profile of the generated attosecond pulse is Gaussian-like with the divergence angle of 0.1 degree in the far field. This bright source with high beam quality is beneficial for detecting and controlling the microscopic processes on attosecond time scale.
Laser-polarization-dependent photoelectron angular distributions from polar molecules
Xiaosong Zhu,Qingbin Zhang,Weiyi Hong,Peixiang Lu,Zhizhan Xu
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1364/OE.19.024198
Abstract: Photoelectron angular distributions (PADs) of oriented polar molecules in response to different polarized lasers are systematically investigated. It is found that the PADs of polar CO molecules show three distinct styles excited by linearly, elliptically and circularly polarized lasers respectively. In the case of elliptical polarization, a deep suppression is observed along the major axis and the distribution concentrates approximately along the minor axis. Additionally, it is also found that the concentrated distributions rotate clockwise as the ellipticity increases. Our investigation presents a method to manipulate the motion and angular distribution of photoelectrons by varying the polarization of the exciting pulses, and also implies the possibility to control the processes in laser-molecule interactions in future work.
Classical simulations including electron correlations for sequential double ionization
Yueming Zhou,Cheng Huang,Qing Liao,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.109.053004
Abstract: With a classical ensemble model that including electron correlations during the whole ionization process, we investigated strong-field sequential double ionization of Ar by elliptically polarized pulses at the quantitative level. The experimentally observed intensity-dependent three-band or four-band structures in the ion momentum distributions are well reproduced with this classical model. More importantly, the experimentally measured ionization time of the second electrons [A. N. Pfeiffer et al., Nature Phys. 7, 428 (2011)], which can not be predicted by the standard independent-electron model, is quantitatively reproduced by this fully classical correlated model. The success of our work encourages classical description and interpretation of the complex multi-electron effects in strong field ionization where nonperturbative quantum approaches are currently not feasible.
Reply on the comment on "Classical Simulations Including Electron Correlations for Sequential Double Ionization"
Yueming Zhou,Cheng Huang,Qing Liao,Peixiang Lu
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: This is a Reply on the proceeding comment on our paper titled "Classical Simulations Including Electron Correlations for Sequential Double Ionization".
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