Diffraction Imaging of Dissociation Channels of Acetylene with Few-Femtosecond Resolution
In order to probe molecular dynamics at few-femtosecond resolution we use laserinduced electron diffraction imaging driven by mid-IR electric waveforms. Combined with coincidence detection we can extract structural information of fragmentation pathways of acetylene.
B. Wolter and M. G. Pullen and A. Le and M. Baudisch and A. Senftleben and M. Hemmer and C. D. Schroeter and J. Ullrich and R. Moshammer and T. Pfeifer and C. D. Lin and J. Biegert, "Diffraction Imaging of Dissociation Channels of Acetylene with Few-Femtosecond Resolution," Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, Optical Society of America (OSA), Jul 2016.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1364/UP.2016.UTh2B.6
International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, UP 2016 (2016: Jul. 17-22, Santa Fe, NM)
Keywords and Phrases
Electric Waveforms; Electromagnetic Waves; Lighting; Molecular Dynamics; Ultrafast Phenomena, Coincidence Detection; Diffraction Imaging; Dissociation Channels; Femto-Second Resolution; Fragmentation Pathways; Laser Induced; Structural Information, Acetylene
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01 Jul 2016