Martin Schmidt


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Martin

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Schmidt

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  • 2007-07 Chemically induced morphology change in cluster-based nanostructures in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D
  • 2002-08 Resonant coupling of small size-controlled lead clusters with an intense laser field in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D
  • 2001-04 EUV and fast ion emission from cryogenic liquid jet target laser-generated plasma in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 1999-12 Melting of free sodium clusters in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D
  • 1999-06 Observation of ions with energies above 100 keV produced by the interaction of a 60-fs laser pulse with clusters in JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS
  • 1999 Melting of free sodium clusters in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D
  • 1998-09 Characteristic features of the x-ray spectra of a plasma produced by heating CO2 clusters by intense femtosecond laser pulses with λ=0.8 and 0.4 μm in JETP LETTERS
  • 1998-05 Irregular variations in the melting point of size-selected atomic clusters in NATURE
  • 1998 X-Ray Emission from Rare Gas Clusters in Intense Laser Fields in APPLICATIONS OF HIGH-FIELD AND SHORT WAVELENGTH SOURCES
  • 1997-12 Transition of the electronic response from molecular-like to jellium-like in cold, small sodium clusters in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK D ATOMS,MOLECULES AND CLUSTERS
  • 1997-06 Doubly charged sodium clusters: plasmon response and photoproduction in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK D ATOMS,MOLECULES AND CLUSTERS
  • 1994 Multielectron Dissociative Ionization of Chlorine Molecules in Intense Femto- and Picosecond Laser Fields: A Puzzling Result in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA IX
  • 1991-03 Photofragmentation and photoabsorption cross sections for mass selected argon cluster ions,n=3 to 108 in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK D ATOMS,MOLECULES AND CLUSTERS
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