Nuclear and Atomic Physics


With a Laser Redo Famous Photoemission Experiments, the Results Should be Different

Authors: LI WeiGang

The famous photoemission experiments to natural light as the light source, can be drawn: photoemission or not, depending on the wavelength of the irradiated light (frequency), regardless of the intensity of the irradiation light - the conclusion; However, if the laser coherence excellent redo corresponding experiments, but also Is that right? My guess: a laser redo photoemission experiment, the low-frequency high-intensity laser irradiation, and they can play photoelectron.

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[v1] 2016-03-30 01:48:26

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