Molecular imaging with a sub-femtosecond resolution is made possible by the built-in attosecond rescattering dynamics leading to single ionization and elastic rescattered photoelectron as well as double and multiple ionization from inelastic recollision. The experimental diagnostics are aimed at measuring the ion and electron angle-resolved energy spectra in aligned molecules in order to extract the observables from both elastic and inelastic scattering i.e. electron-ion elastic collision cross sections, double ionization yields from inelastic rescattering and the associated electron correlated dynamics, and finally fragment momenta correlations from Coulomb explosion.
• Interaction laser-matière › Physique et chimie femtoseconde-attoseconde / Femtosecond-attosecond physics and chemistry
• Interactions, Dynamics and Lasers Laboratory (LIDYL) - CEA-CNRS and Paris Saclay University • Laboratoire Interactions, Dynamiques et Lasers (LIDYL) - CEA-CNRS et Université Paris Saclay