Fring, A., Kostrykin, V. & Schrader, R. (1997). Ionization probabilities through ultra-intense fields in the extreme limit. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 30(24), pp. 8599-8610. doi: 10.1088/0305-4470/30/24/020
We continue our investigation concerning the question of whether atomic bound states begin to stabilize in the ultra-intense field limit. The pulses considered are essentially arbitrary, but we distinguish between three situations. First the total classical momentum transfer is non-vanishing, second not both the total classical momentum transfer and the total classical displacement are vanishing together with the requirement that the potential has a finite number of bound states and third both the total classical momentum transfer and the total classical displacement are vanishing. For the first two cases we rigorously prove, that the ionization probability tends to one when the amplitude of the pulse tends to infinity and the pulse shape remains fixed. In the third case the limit is strictly smaller than one. This case is also related to the high frequency limit considered by Gavrila et al.
|Additional Information:||16 pages LateX, 2 figures|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QC Physics|
|Divisions:||School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences > Department of Mathematical Science|
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