Highlighted paper: Core-level nonlinear spectroscopy triggered by stochastic X-ray pulses

2020-01-13

The paper is a joint effort between several universities with Chemistry - Ångström represented through Marcus Lundberg, Jacinto Sá and Mickaël G. Delcey. It was recently highlighted in EurekAlert!.

"One of the last obstacles hindering the photography and filming of processes occurring on a scale of attoseconds, i.e. billionths of a billionth of a second, has disappeared. The key to its removal lies in the random nature of the processes responsible for the formation of X-ray laser pulses."

You can read the article from EurekAlert! here: Randomness opens the gates to the land of attophotography

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Highlighted paper: Core-level nonlinear spectroscopy triggered by stochastic X-ray pulses

2020-01-13

The paper is a joint effort between several universities with Chemistry - Ångström represented through Marcus Lundberg, Jacinto Sá and Mickaël G. Delcey. It was recently highlighted in EurekAlert!.

"One of the last obstacles hindering the photography and filming of processes occurring on a scale of attoseconds, i.e. billionths of a billionth of a second, has disappeared. The key to its removal lies in the random nature of the processes responsible for the formation of X-ray laser pulses."

You can read the article from EurekAlert! here: Randomness opens the gates to the land of attophotography