The dynamics of hydrogen-like molecules is investigated beyond the usual fixed nuclei approximation. The nuclear motion introduces in the familiar spectrum of emitted radiation additional regular lines whose separation is essentially given by the vibrational frequency of nuclear motion. A wavelet analysis of the emitted spectrum shows that the intensity of the harmonic lines is modulated with the same period of the nuclear motion; this suggests the possibility of the real-time control of the nuclear dynamics.

MORALES F, CASTIGLIA G, CORSO PP, DANIELE R, FIORDILINO E, ORLANDO G, et al. (2008). Evidence of Nuclear Motion in H2-like Molecule by Means of High Order Harmonic Generation. LASER PHYSICS, 18(5), 592-597 [10.1134/S1054660X08050083].

Evidence of Nuclear Motion in H2-like Molecule by Means of High Order Harmonic Generation

MORALES, Francesca;CASTIGLIA, Giuseppe;CORSO, Pietro Paolo;DANIELE, Rosalba;FIORDILINO, Emilio;ORLANDO, Gianfranco;PERSICO, Francesco Saverio
2008-01-01

Abstract

The dynamics of hydrogen-like molecules is investigated beyond the usual fixed nuclei approximation. The nuclear motion introduces in the familiar spectrum of emitted radiation additional regular lines whose separation is essentially given by the vibrational frequency of nuclear motion. A wavelet analysis of the emitted spectrum shows that the intensity of the harmonic lines is modulated with the same period of the nuclear motion; this suggests the possibility of the real-time control of the nuclear dynamics.
Settore FIS/02 - Fisica Teorica, Modelli E Metodi Matematici
Settore FIS/03 - Fisica Della Materia
MORALES F, CASTIGLIA G, CORSO PP, DANIELE R, FIORDILINO E, ORLANDO G, et al. (2008). Evidence of Nuclear Motion in H2-like Molecule by Means of High Order Harmonic Generation. LASER PHYSICS, 18(5), 592-597 [10.1134/S1054660X08050083].
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