Abstract

We report measurements of energy-dependent attosecond photoionization delays between the two outermost valence shells of N2O and H2O and compare them to results from a state-of-the art theory [1]. The combination of single-shot signal referencing with the use of different metal foils to filter the attosecond pulse train (see Fig.1 (a) and (b)) enables us to extract delays from congested photoelectron spectra. The results are interpreted by comparing to calculated molecular photoionization delays.

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