The numbers of photoelectrons produced by few-cycle laser pulses in a pair of opposite directions are not always equal to each other. This asymmetry varies with the carrier-envelope phase, the pulse duration, the laser polarization, and the kinetic energy of photoelectrons.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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