Dissociation of NaI via non-adiabatic dynamics. (a) The dashed lines indicate the non-crossing adiabatic potentials. (b) The function f(R c , R f , R) in the projection operator of Eq. (14).
The control objective as a function of the number of iterations with two different spectral phase functions; I from Eq. (17), and II from Eq. (18). The result at the 0th iteration corresponds to the initial unshaped transform-limited pulse.
Optimized laser pulses. The first column shows the temporal intensity, the second one the spectral intensity, the third one the phase, and the last one the Husimi transform power spectra as a function of time and frequency. (a)–(d) corresponds to phase function I of Eq. (17), and (e)–(h) corresponds to phase function II of Eq. (18).
The momentum distributions with two kinds of phase-only shaped pulses, I from Eq. (17), and II from Eq. (18), at t = 500 and t = 3000 fs, respectively. FTL denotes the corresponding Fourier transform-limited pulse.
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