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Molecular Auger Interferometry, Physical Review Letters 122, 233001 (2019);
Ultrafast Molecular Three-Electron Auger Decay, Physical Review Letters 116, 073001 (2016);
High-order harmonic generation spectroscopy of correlation-driven electron hole dynamics, Physical Review Letters 111, 123002 (2013);
Time-resolved measurement of interatomic Coulombic decay in Ne2, Physical Review Letters 111, 093402 (2013);
Single-photon laser-enabled Auger spectroscopy for measuring attosecond electron-hole dynamics, Physical Review Letters 111, 083004 (2013).
FTE Category A staff submitted: 117.49
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