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Ultrafast molecular orbital tomography of a pentacene thin film using time-resolved momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser
Understanding and control of photon-induced dynamics of molecules on solid surfaces, including atomic rearrangements as well as charge transfer and non-equilibrium electron dynamics, are of essential importance for surface chemistry but also for the development of new devices. We use time-resolved momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser (FEL) and extend orbital tomography to time-resolved imaging of electronic wave functions of excited molecular orbitals. This technique will providedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-40911/v1 fatcat:gdh4edytungnjf34cxhkffdkva