Abstract

We demonstrate an electron streaking measurement combining sub-femtosecond temporal and sub-2 eV spectral resolution utilizing a narrow-band multilayer mirror at 112 eV. This enables time-resolved attosecond experiments investigating dynamics in semiconductors and other small-bandgap materials.

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