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X-ray diffraction peak shift vs. time delay after irradiation of 23 mJ/cm2. The initial contraction followed expansion is depicted.
Broadening of the x-ray rocking curve as a function of time delay. Inset shows the effect of the blast wave propagation. Similar curves are observed for the peak shift.
Change in x-ray diffraction intensity as a function of time after irradiation with a 100 fs, 36 mJ/cm2 pulses. The sharp decrease in the diffraction signal designates melting followed by recrystallization and mosaic block formation.
(a) Three dimensional plot of electron temperature temporal and spatial distribution in the 150 nm silver film at a fluence of 36 mJ/cm2. Time dependence of the photon temperature at various depths below the irradiated surface. The horizontal dash line represents the melting point of 1236 K.
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