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Molecular fragmentation driven by ultrafast dynamic ionic resonances
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) Model potential energy surfaces showing an ionic resonance along one bond coordinate in a polyatomic molecule. Population in the lower bound ionic state is transferred into a higher-lying dissociative state through a single-photon transition initiated at the appropriate time by the probe pulse.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) (a) Ion signal as a function of pump-probe delay for (blue, dark) and (green, light) in the parent molecule . (b) Similar data for (blue, dark) and (green, light) in the molecule . All curves are individually normalized.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) (a) Parent ion signal as a function of probe pulse intensity for pump-probe time delays of (pink pluses), (red triangles), (green crosses), and (blue circles). Also shown is the ion signal for the reverse pulse ordering with a pump-probe delay of (black dashed). (b) Similar plots for the partner fragment . All curves are normalized to the same value. When the background from the pump pulse is subtracted, the plots for at show a log-log slope of about , indicating their single-photon origin.


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Scitation: Molecular fragmentation driven by ultrafast dynamic ionic resonances