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Lingua originale | English |
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pagine (da-a) | - |

Numero di pagine | 6 |

Rivista | Journal of Modern Optics |

Volume | 00 |

Stato di pubblicazione | Published - 2013 |

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- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics

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**Polarization of high harmonic generated spectra in ion.** / Daniele, Rosalba; Morales, Francesca; Fiordilino, Emilio; Corso, Pietro Paolo; Castiglia, Giuseppe.

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T1 - Polarization of high harmonic generated spectra in ion

AU - Daniele, Rosalba

AU - Morales, Francesca

AU - Fiordilino, Emilio

AU - Corso, Pietro Paolo

AU - Castiglia, Giuseppe

PY - 2013

Y1 - 2013

N2 - We study the polarization of the harmonics generated by a homonuclear diatomic molecule in the presence of an intense, linearly polarized laser field. The polarization parameters of the emitted radiation are investigated as function of the angle $\theta$ between the laser electric field and the molecular axis. The calculations are carried out by assuming a single active electron model with fixed nuclei; a two-dimensional model of the system is used. We find a different dependence of the parameters of the harmonics vs $\theta$ in the first or second half of the emitted spectrum. In particular, the differences are accentuated for $0^\circ < \theta < 50^\circ$, while for higher angles, until the perpendicular orientation, almost all the harmonics present similar characteristics

AB - We study the polarization of the harmonics generated by a homonuclear diatomic molecule in the presence of an intense, linearly polarized laser field. The polarization parameters of the emitted radiation are investigated as function of the angle $\theta$ between the laser electric field and the molecular axis. The calculations are carried out by assuming a single active electron model with fixed nuclei; a two-dimensional model of the system is used. We find a different dependence of the parameters of the harmonics vs $\theta$ in the first or second half of the emitted spectrum. In particular, the differences are accentuated for $0^\circ < \theta < 50^\circ$, while for higher angles, until the perpendicular orientation, almost all the harmonics present similar characteristics

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/75402

M3 - Article

VL - 00

SP - -

JO - Journal of Modern Optics

JF - Journal of Modern Optics

SN - 0950-0340

ER -