Abstract

The analytic expressions for the probabilities of tunnel ionization of atoms and atomic ions and for the energy and angular electron spectra in a strong low-frequency electromagnetic field are obtained. The adiabatic approximation of quantum mechanics is used. The cases of linear and circular polarization of the field are considered.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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