Presentation Abstract

Session: Intense X-Ray Sources and Applications
Friday, May 21, 2010, 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Presentation Type: QELS Contributed
Presentation: JFA5 - Nonlinear Processes in N2 Using LCLS Short X-Ray Pulses
Pres. Time: Friday, May 21, 2010, 9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: San Jose Salon III (San Jose Marriott)
Category: CLEO/QELS 07. Joint Subcommittee on High-Field Physics and High-Intensity Lasers
Author(s): Li Fang1, Matthias Hoener1, Markus Guehr2, Cosmin Blaga3, Christoph Bostedt4, John D. Bozek4, Phil Bucksbaum2, Christian Buth5,2, Ryan Coffee4, James Cryan2, Lou DiMauro3, Oliver Gessner6, James Glownia2, Erik Hosler6, Elliot P. Kanter7, Oleg Kornilov6, Edwin Kukk8, Brian K. McFarland2, Brendan Murphy1, Steve T. Pratt7, Daniel Rolles9, Nora Berrah1; 1Western Michgan Univ., USA, 2PULSE Inst., SLAC, USA, 3Ohio State Univ., USA, 4LCLS, USA, 5Louisiana State Univ., USA, 6Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 7Argonne Natl. Lab, USA, 8Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Turku, Finland, 9Max Planck ASG, Germany.
Abstract: We use the unprecedented LCLS peak power to study nonlinear X-ray multiphoton physics in molecules. We report on fundamental questions concerning the creation and decay of double-core-hole vacancies in N2 by short X-ray pulses.



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