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Communication: Induced photoemission from nonadiabatic dynamics assisted by dynamical Stark effect
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Through nonadiabatic interaction due to electron transfer as that in alkali halides, vibrational dynamics on the ionic potential energy surface (large dipole moment) is coupled to that on the covalent surface (small dipole moment). Thus, population transfer between the states should cause long-range electron jump between two remote sites, which thereby leads to a sudden change of the large molecular dipole moment. Therefore, by making repeated use of the dynamical Stark effect, one may expect emission of photons from it. We show with coupled quantum wavepacket dynamics calculation that such photoemission can indeed occur and can be controlled by an external field. The present photoemission can offer an alternative scheme to study femtosecond and subfemtosecond vibrational and electronic dynamics and may serve as a unique optical source.
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