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Dissociation and ionization competing processes for H2 + in intense laser field: Which one is larger?
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Competition between dissociation and ionization of H2 + in intense laser field has been investigated by using an accurate three-dimensional time-dependent wavepacket approach. The disagreement between the experiment and the former one-dimensional theory has been resolved. In a comparison of the calculated results with the available experimental data, a good agreement is reached, not only for the relative probabilities between dissociation and ionization but also for the two-peak structures and the peak energy locations for these two processes.
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