Localized optically-nonlinear photoelectron emission from metal (silver) nanostructures under two-pulse emission has been developed for relatively low energy. For two-photon emission from random metal nanostructures, it has been shown that the coherent control allows one to move nanosize hot spots whose positions are controllable on a nanometer scale. It is proposed to use silver random planer composite and introduce this photoemission process as an ultrafast process, on femtosecond or subfemtosecond scale.
How to Cite:
Hewageegana, P., (2012). Strong photoelectron emission from silver nanostructures. Journal of Science of the University of Kelaniya Sri Lanka. 5, pp.47–54. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/josuk.v5i0.4090