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Control of Condensed Phase Molecular Excitation With Intense Infrared and Visible Chipped Pulses

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Author(s)

V D. Kleiman, Edwin J. Heilweil, D McMorrow, Joseph S. Melinger

Abstract

Chirped ultrafast laser pulses in the mid-Infrared and visible are used to experimentally control population transfer in condensed-phase systems and molecules.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings for Ultrafast Phenomena XI, Garmisch
Conference Dates
July 29-30, 1998
Conference Location
Berlin, 1, GE
Conference Title
International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena

Keywords

chirped pulses, coherent control, condensed-phase, down/up chirp, dye excitation, electronic coherence, population transfer, transform limit, vibrational control

Citation

Kleiman, V. , Heilweil, E. , McMorrow, D. and Melinger, J. (1998), Control of Condensed Phase Molecular Excitation With Intense Infrared and Visible Chipped Pulses, Proceedings for Ultrafast Phenomena XI, Garmisch, Berlin, 1, GE (Accessed June 16, 2024)

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Created October 20, 1998, Updated October 12, 2021