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Accordingly, the amplitude of this excitation process is greatly enhanced if the laser frequency coincides with the Mie resonance. 0 eV (see Fig. 5). 1 eV [42]. The probe beam excites the electron from the intermediate state to the final state 3 above the vacuum level such that it can be detected as an emitted electron. The probability of the second excitation process is also greatly enhanced if the probe laser is in resonance with the Mie plasma frequency. The probe pulse is subject to the same frequency-dependent damping mechanisms as the pump pulse.

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