Collective lattice dynamics determine essential aspects of condensed matter, such as elastic and thermal properties. These exhibit strong dependence on the length-scale, reflecting the marked wavevector dependence of lattice excitations. The extreme ultraviolet transient grating (EUV TG) approach has demonstrated the potential of accessing a wavevector range corresponding to the 10s of nm length-scale, representing a spatial scale of the highest relevance for fundamental physics and forefront technology, previously inaccessible by optical TG and other inelastic scattering methods. In this manuscript we report on the capabilities of this technique in the context of probing thermoelastic properties of matter, both in the bulk and at the surface, as well as discussing future developments and practical considerations.

Extreme ultraviolet transient gratings: A tool for nanoscale photoacoustics / Foglia, L.; Mincigrucci, R.; Maznev, A. A.; Baldi, G.; Capotondi, F.; Caporaletti, F.; Comin, R.; De Angelis, D.; Duncan, R. A.; Fainozzi, D.; Kurdi, G.; Li, J.; Martinelli, A.; Masciovecchio, C.; Monaco, G.; Milloch, A.; Nelson, K. A.; Occhialini, C. A.; Pancaldi, M.; Pedersoli, E.; Pelli-Cresi, J. S.; Simoncig, A.; Travasso, F.; Wehinger, B.; Zanatta, M.; Bencivenga, F.. - In: PHOTOACOUSTICS. - ISSN 2213-5979. - 29:(2023), pp. 100453-1-100453-16. [10.1016/j.pacs.2023.100453]

Extreme ultraviolet transient gratings: A tool for nanoscale photoacoustics

Baldi G.;Zanatta M.;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Collective lattice dynamics determine essential aspects of condensed matter, such as elastic and thermal properties. These exhibit strong dependence on the length-scale, reflecting the marked wavevector dependence of lattice excitations. The extreme ultraviolet transient grating (EUV TG) approach has demonstrated the potential of accessing a wavevector range corresponding to the 10s of nm length-scale, representing a spatial scale of the highest relevance for fundamental physics and forefront technology, previously inaccessible by optical TG and other inelastic scattering methods. In this manuscript we report on the capabilities of this technique in the context of probing thermoelastic properties of matter, both in the bulk and at the surface, as well as discussing future developments and practical considerations.
2023
Foglia, L.; Mincigrucci, R.; Maznev, A. A.; Baldi, G.; Capotondi, F.; Caporaletti, F.; Comin, R.; De Angelis, D.; Duncan, R. A.; Fainozzi, D.; Kurdi, G.; Li, J.; Martinelli, A.; Masciovecchio, C.; Monaco, G.; Milloch, A.; Nelson, K. A.; Occhialini, C. A.; Pancaldi, M.; Pedersoli, E.; Pelli-Cresi, J. S.; Simoncig, A.; Travasso, F.; Wehinger, B.; Zanatta, M.; Bencivenga, F.
Extreme ultraviolet transient gratings: A tool for nanoscale photoacoustics / Foglia, L.; Mincigrucci, R.; Maznev, A. A.; Baldi, G.; Capotondi, F.; Caporaletti, F.; Comin, R.; De Angelis, D.; Duncan, R. A.; Fainozzi, D.; Kurdi, G.; Li, J.; Martinelli, A.; Masciovecchio, C.; Monaco, G.; Milloch, A.; Nelson, K. A.; Occhialini, C. A.; Pancaldi, M.; Pedersoli, E.; Pelli-Cresi, J. S.; Simoncig, A.; Travasso, F.; Wehinger, B.; Zanatta, M.; Bencivenga, F.. - In: PHOTOACOUSTICS. - ISSN 2213-5979. - 29:(2023), pp. 100453-1-100453-16. [10.1016/j.pacs.2023.100453]
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