Properties of the Strong-Field Approximation

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Reiss, H. R.; (2018)
  • Subject: Physics - General Physics

The SFA (Strong-Field Approximation) is routinely cited as the standard analytical approximation method for strong-field laser-induced processes. Fundamental errors can arise because this name has been applied to multiple disparate approximations. These can be reduced t... View more
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