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Electrostatic bottle for long-time storage of fast ion beams
D Zajfman, O Heber, L Vejby-Christensen, I Ben-Itzhak, M Rappaport, ...
Physical Review A 55 (3), R1577, 1997
Controlling H D+ and H 2+ Dissociation with the Carrier-Envelope Phase Difference of an Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulse
V Roudnev, BD Esry, I Ben-Itzhak
Physical review letters 93 (16), 163601, 2004
Attosecond tracing of correlated electron-emission in non-sequential double ionization
B Bergues, M Kübel, NG Johnson, B Fischer, N Camus, KJ Betsch, ...
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-6, 2012
Dissociation and Ionization of by Ultrashort Intense Laser Pulses Probed by Coincidence 3D Momentum Imaging
I Ben-Itzhak, PQ Wang, JF Xia, AM Sayler, MA Smith, KD Carnes, BD Esry
Physical review letters 95 (7), 073002, 2005
Dissociation of H 2+ in intense femtosecond laser fields studied by coincidence three-dimensional momentum imaging
PQ Wang, AM Sayler, KD Carnes, JF Xia, MA Smith, BD Esry, I Ben-Itzhak
Physical Review A 74 (4), 043411, 2006
Enhancing high-order above-threshold dissociation of H 2+ beams with few-cycle laser pulses
J McKenna, AM Sayler, F Anis, B Gaire, NG Johnson, E Parke, JJ Hua, ...
Physical review letters 100 (13), 133001, 2008
Above threshold coulomb explosion of molecules in intense laser pulses
BD Esry, AM Sayler, PQ Wang, KD Carnes, I Ben-Itzhak
Physical review letters 97 (1), 013003, 2006
Subfemtosecond steering of hydrocarbon deprotonation through superposition of vibrational modes
AS Alnaser, M Kübel, R Siemering, B Bergues, NG Kling, KJ Betsch, ...
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-6, 2014
Single-shot carrier-envelope-phase-tagged ion-momentum imaging of nonsequential double ionization of argon in intense 4-fs laser fields
NG Johnson, O Herrwerth, A Wirth, S De, I Ben-Itzhak, M Lezius, ...
Physical Review A 83 (1), 013412, 2011
Kinematically Complete Charge Exchange Experiment in the Collision System Using a MOT Target
X Flechard, H Nguyen, E Wells, I Ben-Itzhak, BD DePaola
Physical Review Letters 87 (12), 123203, 2001
Multiple-electron removal and molecular fragmentation of CO by fast F 4+ impact
I Ben-Itzhak, SG Ginther, KD Carnes
Physical Review A 47 (4), 2827, 1993
Experimental evidence for the existence of the 2pσ bound state of HeH 2+ and its decay mechanism
I Ben-Itzhak, I Gertner, O Heber, B Rosner
Physical review letters 71 (9), 1347, 1993
Carrier-envelope phase control over pathway interference in strong-field dissociation of H 2+
NG Kling, KJ Betsch, M Zohrabi, S Zeng, F Anis, U Ablikim, B Jochim, ...
Physical review letters 111 (16), 163004, 2013
Steering proton migration in hydrocarbons using intense few-cycle laser fields
M Kübel, R Siemering, C Burger, NG Kling, H Li, AS Alnaser, B Bergues, ...
Physical Review Letters 116 (19), 193001, 2016
Attosecond control of orbital parity mix interferences and the relative phase of even and odd harmonics in an attosecond pulse train
G Laurent, W Cao, H Li, Z Wang, I Ben-Itzhak, CL Cocke
Physical Review Letters 109 (8), 083001, 2012
Disentangling the volume effect through intensity-difference spectra:? application to laser-induced dissociation of H2+
P Wang, AM Sayler, KD Carnes, BD Esry, I Ben-Itzhak
Optics letters 30 (6), 664-666, 2005
Projectile coherence effects in single ionization of helium
X Wang, K Schneider, A LaForge, A Kelkar, M Grieser, R Moshammer, ...
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 45 (21), 211001, 2012
The role of mass in the carrier–envelope phase effect for H+ 2 dissociation
JJ Hua, BD Esry
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 42 (8), 085601, 2009
Following dynamic nuclear wave packets in N 2, O 2, and CO with few-cycle infrared pulses
S De, M Magrakvelidze, IA Bocharova, D Ray, W Cao, I Znakovskaya, H Li, ...
Physical Review A 84 (4), 043410, 2011
Fragmentation of CH 4 caused by fast-proton impact
I Ben-Itzhak, KD Carnes, SG Ginther, DT Johnson, PJ Norris, OL Weaver
Physical Review A 47 (5), 3748, 1993
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