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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches : negative.
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Open LibraryOL14730469M
ISBN 100315740817
OCLC/WorldCa30071583

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This option allows users to search by Publication, Volume and Page Selecting this option will search the current publication in context. Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society in contextCited by: Coherent control of photodissociation in intense laser fields Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Chemical Physics (17) July with 86 Reads How we measure 'reads'. We describe the current status of coherent radiative control, a quantum-interference based approach to controlling molecular processes by the use of coherent radiation. In addition to providing an overview of proposed laboratory scenarios, ongoing experimental studies and recent theoretical developments, we call attention to recent theoretical Author: Paul Brumer, Moshe Shapiro. The optimal route of photoionization was determined CO X 1 Σ + →E 1 П→CO + X 2 Σ + of two-photon ionization.. When intensity of femtosecond laser is ×10 13 W/cm 2, the transfer rate of ionized population reaches %.. For photodissociation of NO at A 2 Σ + state, the yield on v’=8 level by using positive chirp is higher than guassian pulse.

We describe the current status of coherent radiative control, a quantum-interference based approach to controlling molecular processes by the use of coherent radiation. Emphasis is on providing an overview of proposed laboratory scenarios, ongoing experimental studies and recent theoretical developments. Written by two of the world's leading researchers in the field, this is a systematic introduction to the fundamental principles of coherent control, and to the underlying physics and chemistry. This fully updated second edition is enhanced by 80% and covers the latest techniques and applications, including nanostructures, attosecond processes, optical control of chirality, and weak and strong. Coherent phase control of the photodissociation of CH 3 I has been achieved by quantum mechanical interference between competing paths. The control was accomplished by exciting the parent molecules with three UV photons of frequency ω 1 and one VUV photon of frequency ω 3 =3ω 1. Varying the phase difference between the two laser beams resulted in a modulation of the I+ and CH. Coherent phase control of the photodissociation of CH 3 I has been achieved by quantum mechanical interference between competing paths. The control was accomplished by exciting the parent molecules with three UV photons of frequency ω 1 and one VUV photon of frequency ω 3 =3ω 1.

from book Mode Selective Chemistry P. & Shapiro, M. Coherent radiative control of IBr photodissociation. via simultaneous (W1, W3 We describe the current status of coherent radiative. Coherent control theory was applied to a coupled system by a time-dependent approach. Then it is used to stimulate the control of the relative product yield of the photodissociation of CH 3 I and IBr, respectively. The calculation shows that it is possible to vary I/(I+I *) over the range of % in dissociation of CH 3I and Br*/(Br + Br*) over % in the dissociation of IBr.   A molecular reaction, such as photodissociation, is initiated with a fs pump pulse, and the evolving structure is measured as a function of time using a delayed, intense Coulomb explosion pulse. Such time-resolved Coulomb explosion imaging (CEI) has been used to .   Photodissociation is the dominant removal process of molecules in any region exposed to intense ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This includes diffuse and translucent interstellar clouds, dense photon-dominated regions, high velocity shocks, the surface layers of protoplanetary disks, and cometary and exoplanetary atmospheres. The rate of photodissociation depends on the cross sections for.