Abstract

We study laser-induced autoionization in a standard strong-field near-resonance model, with an extra (third) discrete state exicted by a second laser. We show that this third state plays a significant role in creating a narrow zero in the photoelectron spectrum. Two zeros are found in the spectrum, and confluence and trapping effects are studied.

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