"Ultrafast quantum control of ionization dynamics in krypton"
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Figure 1: Extreme Ultraviolet (XUV) Dual Comb Spectroscopy yielding ultra-broadband (>150 THz) absorption spectra of atoms and molecules with an unparalleled spectral resolution on the order of µeV. This resolution is hitherto unprecedented for XUV table top sources but mandatory for example for the resolution of high principal quantum numbers in Rydberg series (the example shows the Rydberg series in argon converging against the ionization limit at 15.76 eV).
With this high level of spectroscopic sensitivity, the effect of the nuclear spin in the process of photo ionization can for example be studied with different isotopes.