Animation of the time development of |Y(x, y)|2 for one dimensional helium for a four-cycle pulse of intensity 6.5 × 1014 W/cm2 and frequency 0.1837a.u. The authors discuss directional dependence in the time development of spatial wavefunctions, which includes jet formation, for two-electron mode atoms exposed to intense laser fields.[See article by Haan et al. Fig. 1 for details.]
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