Optics express | 7 Apr 2021
R Borrego-Varillas and M Lucchini
Recent development of spectroscopic techniques based on attosecond radiation has given the community the right tools to study the timing of the photoelectron process. In this work we investigate the effect of Fano resonances in attosecond streaking spectrograms and the application of standard phase-reconstruction algorithms. We show that while the existence of the infrared coupling (ac-Stark shift) hinders the applicability of FROG-like methods, under certain conditions it is still possible to use standard reconstruction algorithms to retrieve the photoemission delay of the bare resonance. Finally, we propose two strategies to study the strength of IR coupling using the attosecond streaking technique.
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