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Jet-like structures in photoelectron angular distributions
Chinese Physics B
The photoelectron angular distributions (PADs) of hydrogen atoms in an intense laser field of linear polarization are studied using the S-matrix theory in the length gauge. The PADs show main lobes along the laser polarization and jet-like structures sticking from the waist of main lobes. Our previous prediction, based on a nonperturbative scattering theory of photoionization developed by Guo et al, showing that the number of jets on one side of PADs may increase by one, three, or other odddoi:10.1088/1674-1056/18/11/034 fatcat:7qth6uexrnf4hbixe3b2hjnkfu