LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES

DIMOU L, Faisal F (1992)
PHYSICS LETTERS A 171(3-4): 211-214.

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Line widths due to ionization decay of a H atom in intense laser fields are investigated by solving the (3 + 1)-D Schrodinger equation numerically exactly. Quantitative results for line narrowing both at sub-threshold and above-threshold frequencies are given and a mechanism for the appearance of minima in the line widths is discussed.
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DIMOU L, Faisal F. LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES. PHYSICS LETTERS A. 1992;171(3-4):211-214.
DIMOU, L., & Faisal, F. (1992). LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 171(3-4), 211-214.
DIMOU, L., and Faisal, F. (1992). LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES. PHYSICS LETTERS A 171, 211-214.
DIMOU, L., & Faisal, F., 1992. LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 171(3-4), p 211-214.
L. DIMOU and F. Faisal, “LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES”, PHYSICS LETTERS A, vol. 171, 1992, pp. 211-214.
DIMOU, L., Faisal, F.: LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES. PHYSICS LETTERS A. 171, 211-214 (1992).
DIMOU, L, and Faisal, Farhard. “LINE NARROWING IN A H ATOM IN INTENSE LASER FIELDS AT SUBTHRESHOLD AND ABOVE-THRESHOLD FREQUENCIES”. PHYSICS LETTERS A 171.3-4 (1992): 211-214.
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