Laser-Induced Nonadiabatic Collision Processes
The subject of laser interactions with molecular processes has generated great interest both experimentally and theoretically. This interest has been enhanced by the possibilities for laser-catalyzed chemical reactions, isotopic selectivity, and perhaps even the determination of the transition state structure. The degree of success in this area has been limited by the extreme difficulties of the experiments involved and also the lack of simple and qualitatively accurate theoretical models that can be applied to a wide range of systems.1–18
KeywordsPotential Energy Surface Laser Frequency Laser Field Reaction Probability Translational Energy
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