Emission Spectrum of an Atom in the Field of Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulse
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The spectral probability densities of the spontaneous emission and the generation of harmonics by a hydrogen atom in the field of intense laser pulse are calculated. A previously proposed approach is used, which is based on the Kramers−Henneberger transformation for the wave function of time-dependent Schrödinger equation and expansion in the unperturbed atomic eigenstates and the photon states. The spectral range up to the tenth harmonic is investigated with the laser pulse duration ranging from 6 to 12 optical cycles and the peak intensity varied from 1 to 10 TWcm−2.
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