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Clocking the Interband Scattering in Strongly Interacting Multiband Metals

  • Edoardo Baldini
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Part of the Springer Theses book series (Springer Theses)

Abstract

One of the cornerstones of ultrafast spectroscopy is the ability to disentangle the carrier dynamics from the response of other degrees of freedom. The origin of this concept is intimately related to the so-called two-temperature model, the earliest and simplest phenomenological model describing the nonequilibrium response of conventional Fermi liquids.

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