Artículos de revistas
Photoelectron emission from LiF surfaces by ultrashort electromagnetic pulses
Acuña, Mario Alberto; Gravielle, Maria Silvia; Photoelectron emission from LiF surfaces by ultrashort electromagnetic pulses; American Physical Society; Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics; 83; 3; 3-2011; 1-7; 032904
Acuña, Mario Alberto
Gravielle, Maria Silvia
Energy- and angle-resolved electron emission spectra produced by incidence of ultrashort electromagnetic pulses on a LiF(001) surface are studied by employing a distorted-wave method named the crystal surface–Volkov (CSV) approximation. The theory makes use of the Volkov phase to describe the action of the external electric field on the emitted electron, while the electron-surface interaction is represented within the tight-binding model. The CSV approach is applied to investigate the effects introduced by the crystal lattice when the electric field is oriented parallel to the surface plane. These effects are essentially governed by the vector potential of the external field, while the influence of the crystal orientation was found to be negligible.