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Lightwave-driven quasiparticle collisions on a subcycle timescale

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Langer, Fabian ; Hohenleutner, Matthias ; Schmid, Christoph P. ; Pöllmann, Christoph ; Nagler, P. ; Korn, Tobias ; Schüller, Christian ; Sherwin, M. S. ; Huttner, U. ; Steiner, J. T. ; Koch, S. W. ; Kira, M. ; Huber, Rupert
Date of publication of this fulltext: 20 May 2016 11:00


Ever since Ernest Rutherford scattered alpha-particles from gold foils(1), collision experiments have revealed insights into atoms, nuclei and elementary particles(2). In solids, many-body correlations lead to characteristic resonances(3)-called quasiparticles-such as excitons, dropletons(4), polarons and Cooper pairs. The structure and dynamics of quasiparticles are important because they define ...


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