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Double-slit photoelectron interference in strong-field ionization of the neon dimer.

ABSTRACT: Wave-particle duality is an inherent peculiarity of the quantum world. The double-slit experiment has been frequently used for understanding different aspects of this fundamental concept. The occurrence of interference rests on the lack of which-way information and on the absence of decoherence mechanisms, which could scramble the wave fronts. Here, we report on the observation of two-center interference in the molecular-frame photoelectron momentum distribution upon ionization of the neon dimer by a strong laser field. Postselection of ions, which are measured in coincidence with electrons, allows choosing the symmetry of the residual ion, leading to observation of both, gerade and ungerade, types of interference.

SUBMITTER: Kunitski M 

PROVIDER: S-EPMC6315036 | BioStudies | 2019-01-01

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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