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DATE

1991-10

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C. Tóth, G. Farkas, K. L. Vodopyanov

ABSTRACT

The photoinduced electron emission from the surface of a solid gold target irradiated by single picosecond pulses of an erbium laser is investigated. The applied laser intensity (5–120 GW/cm2) corresponds to the intermediate interaction region between the pure multiphoton and tunnel effects, where the decisive Keldysh-parameter, γ, is in the range 1<γ<12=n0. In the light intensity region which is free of surface heating (IL<80 GW/cm2), the slope of the measured logarithmic intensity dependence of the photocurrent decreases from the n0=12 perturbative value down to n ℞ 5. Therefore the experiment shows that the Keldysh-type theories, which have recently been proved to describe correctly the ionization of atoms, are also valid to a certain extent in the case of the photoeffect in metals. More... »

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221-225

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