Imaging adiabatic control of charge transfer in molecules

Jim McCann, Nathan Wardlow

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Abstract

Charge transfer is a subfemtosecond process in molecules that creates chemical and electronic structure changes. At the quantum level the process can be coherently controlled by ultrashort light pulses. We show how the charge transfer process can be manipulated using a combination of dynamic and static fields and predict how this can be observed experimentally by imaging with photoionization.
Original languageEnglish
JournalNew Journal of Physics
Publication statusIn preparation - 2013

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