Tracking Light Oscillations: Attosecond Spectroscopy Comes of Age
Can time-resolved spectroscopy be extended into the attosecond domain to capture the motion of electrons in atoms? This article reviews recent research providing the basic tools for the emerging field of attosecond atoic spectroscopy and addresses what remains to be done to make the technique applicable to a broad range of processes and atomic systems.
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