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Scientists have measured the time of interaction of electrons with atoms

Still, there is no limit to human curiosity, especially when it comes to natural science. According to the source, a group of scientists from Germany and Spain managed to measure the time that an electron spends near an atom when moving inside a solid – a process that causes such a physical phenomenon as an electric current. During the study by the method of irradiating the sample with short X-ray pulses, it was found that the time it takes for an electron to move from one sulfur atom to another is 320 attoseconds (1 attosecond = 10 ^ -18 or 0.000000000000000001 s).

The traditional method of studying dynamic processes is the excitation of electronic levels of atoms using laser pulses in the visible wavelength range and “reading” information using pulses from a second, measuring laser, causing photoionization. However, if the characteristic time of the measured process is shorter than the duration of the laser pulses, it is difficult to obtain useful information about it. At the same time, information on the processes of electron exchange in photochemistry or electrochemistry that occur in attoseconds is critical for understanding phenomena such as photosynthesis and photoelectric effect, or for modeling molecular electronic devices.

In a study conducted at the University of Hamburg, Munich University of Technology, International Physics Center and Donostia University, a sample of sulfur was irradiated with ionizing X-ray pulses – that is, the frequency of which corresponded to the transitions of electrons from a bound (that is, inside an atom) to free state. Left to themselves, the resulting “holes” recombined with electrons “supplied” from the ruthenium electrode. The lifetime of such a “hole” corresponds to the time it takes for an electron to pass from one state to another, and is equal to about 320 attoseconds.

Using pulses of polarized X-rays, in the future, scientists plan to investigate whether there is a connection between this time and the direction of the electron spin. With regard to practical application, the found time interval of 320 attoseconds may in the future become the period of the molecular oscillator – the master oscillator of the molecular computer.