Electron dynamics in a strong laser field with Gaussian Potential well
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The time dependant Schrodinger equation was solved for one dimensional and two dimensional Gaussian potential wells in the presence of a strong laser field. Three laser fields Argon, Helium-Neon and Ti-Sapphire with different intensities with cosine and sine laser electric fields were used for the simulation. The Gaussian potential well get distorted in two different ways with the intensity change and the wavelength change of the laser. The wave functions and the position probabilities are presented. The Gaussian potential distortion for He-Ne laser occur in the opposite way compared to Ar and Ti-Sapphire for cosine electric field while Ar laser behaves differently than He-Ne and Ti-Sapphire for sine electric field of the laser in the case of two dimensional potential.
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