Theory of Retrieving Orientation-Resolved Molecular Information using Time-Domain Rotational Coherence Spectroscopy
We provide a unified theoretical framework for recently emerging experiments that retrieve fixed-in-space molecular information through time-domain rotational coherence spectroscopy. Unlike a previous approach by Makhija et al. (V. Makhija, arXiv:1611.06476), our method can be applied to the retrieval of both real-valued (e.g., ionization yield) and complex-valued (e.g., induced dipole moment) molecular response information. It is also a direct retrieval method without using iterations. We also demonstrate that experimental parameters, such as the fluence of the aligning laser pulse and the rotational temperature of the molecular ensemble, can be quite accurately determined using a statistical method.
X. Wang et al., "Theory of Retrieving Orientation-Resolved Molecular Information using Time-Domain Rotational Coherence Spectroscopy," Physical Review A, vol. 96, no. 2, American Physical Society (APS), Aug 2017.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.96.023424
Keywords and Phrases
Molecular Orientation, Experimental Parameters; Induced Dipole Moments; Molecular Information; Molecular Response; Retrieval Methods; Rotational Coherences; Rotational Temperature; Theoretical Framework, Time Domain Analysis
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01 Aug 2017