[2009.05057] Establishing non-thermal regimes in pump-probe electron-relaxation dynamicsopen searchopen navigation menucontact arXivsubscribe to arXiv mailings

Time- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (TR-ARPES) accesses the electronic structure of solids under optical excitation, and is a powerful technique for studying the coupling between electrons and collective modes. One approach to infer electron-boson coupling is through the relaxation dynamics of optically-excited electrons, and the characteristic timescales of energy redistribution. A common description of electron relaxation dynamics is through the effective electronic temperature. Such a description requires that thermodynamic quantities are well-defined, an assumption that is generally violated at early delays. Additionally, precise estimation of the non-thermal window -- within which effective temperature models may not be applied -- is challenging. We perform TR-ARPES on graphite and show that Boltzmann rate equations can be used to calculate the time-dependent electronic occupation function, and reproduce experimental features given by non-thermal electron occupatio

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