Disentangling relativistic non-dipole effects in strong field atomic ionisation in non-relativistic regime

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Haram, N
Ivanov, I
Xu, H
Kim, KT
Atia-Tul-Noor, A
Sainadh, US
Litvinyuk, I
Sang, RT
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2020
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Quantum mechanical description of the relativistic non-dipole effects is of fundamental interest in strong-field physics community, as they may have direct implications on the processes relying on re-collision dynamics. Here, we present a detailed experimental and theoretical study on the relativistic non-dipole effects in strong-field ionisation at moderate intensities. We compare our precise measurements with a truly ab-initio fully relativistic 3D model based on the time-dependent Dirac equation and demonstrate an excellent agreement between experimental results and theoretical predictions.

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Journal of Physics: Conference Series
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1412
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9
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Atomic, molecular and optical physics
Nuclear and plasma physics
Particle and high energy physics
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Haram, N; Ivanov, I; Xu, H; Kim, KT; Atia-Tul-Noor, A; Sainadh, US; Litvinyuk, I; Sang, RT, Disentangling relativistic non-dipole effects in strong field atomic ionisation in non-relativistic regime, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2020, 1412 (9), pp. 092003:1-092003:2