Analysis and Control of Ultrafast Photoinduced Reactions by Joshua Jortner (auth.), Oliver Kühn Dr., Professor Ludger

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By Joshua Jortner (auth.), Oliver Kühn Dr., Professor Ludger Wöste (eds.)

the current monograph summarizes, in a accomplished means, numerous years of joint experimental and theoretical frontier examine on ultrafast laser-induced molecular dynamics and its regulate. Emphasis is decided at the characterization of the nuclear dynamics inside molecular platforms in quite a few environments (gas section, surfaces, solids, resolution, powerful fields) brought on by means of optical excitations spanning from the infrared to the ultraviolet. construction at the converged research among test and conception, keep an eye on of chemical reactions is verified via optimally formed laser pulses. This paves the line towards new functions and destiny demanding situations during this quickly constructing study field.

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