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attosecond

One quintillionth of a second. See space/time and ohnosecond.
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Attosecond pulses have a different purpose, to look at electron dynamics or to image electron movement.
Serbinenko et al., "Attosecond tunnelling interferometry," Nature Physics, vol.
Hommelhoff, "Attosecond physics in photoemission from a metal nanotip," Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, vol.
Attosecond spectroscopy now directly addresses the fundamentals of the interaction of light with matter.
A key tool to track the dynamics of core-excitons has been the development of attosecond light flashes in the optical range.
Bandrauk, "Attosecond pulse generation from aligned molecules-dynamics and propagation in H+," New Journal of Physics, Vol.
Coherent nuclear dynamics can be followed in this way [15, 25-27] because the elastic scattering of fast electrons proceeds on an ultrashort (ultimately attosecond) time scale and represents a nondestructive probing technique [15, 25, 26].
The winner of the King Faisal International Prize (KFIP) for science yesterday said that the Kingdom is interested in exchanging its experience in attosecond science and technology with the world.
The strong-field process of HHG provides a source of coherent femtosecond and attosecond pulses in the extreme ultraviolet (XUV) with a wide variety of applications [1].
a long time compared to the femtosecond, the attosecond and the shortest possible unit of time - known as Planck time.
research in the field of attosecond spectroscopy (1 attosecond = 10-18 s) the
The keynote, plenary, and invited papers cover generating and characterizing attosecond high harmonic pulses, high power lasers and interactions, laser accelerators, and problems and breakthroughs in laser techniques in conserving artwork.