Dynamic stark control: model studies based on the photodissociation of IBr

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title = "Dynamic stark control: model studies based on the photodissociation of IBr",
abstract = "The Stark effect is produced when a static field alters molecular states. When the field applied is time dependent, the process is known as the dynamic Stark effect. Of particular interest for the control of molecular dynamics is the Non-Resonant Dynamic Stark Effect (NRDSE), in which the time dependent field is unable to effect a one-photon excitation. The intermediate strength laser pulse instead shapes the potential energy surfaces (PES) and so guides the evolution of the system. A prototype control scheme uses the NRDSE to change the topography of PES in regions where they intersect, thus providing control over photochemistry. Following earlier experimental work, in this paper we study the NRDSE on a new 3 state model of the IBr molecule to gain insight into the mechanism of control at the avoided crossing that governs the branching ratio of the photodissociation.",
author = "{Sanz Sanz}, Cristina and Gareth Richings and Graham Worth",
year = "2011",
month = jan,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1039/c1fd00039j",
language = "English",
volume = "153",
pages = "275--291",
journal = "Faraday Discussions",
issn = "1359-6640",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Dynamic stark control: model studies based on the photodissociation of IBr

AU - Sanz Sanz, Cristina

AU - Richings, Gareth

AU - Worth, Graham

PY - 2011/1/1

Y1 - 2011/1/1

N2 - The Stark effect is produced when a static field alters molecular states. When the field applied is time dependent, the process is known as the dynamic Stark effect. Of particular interest for the control of molecular dynamics is the Non-Resonant Dynamic Stark Effect (NRDSE), in which the time dependent field is unable to effect a one-photon excitation. The intermediate strength laser pulse instead shapes the potential energy surfaces (PES) and so guides the evolution of the system. A prototype control scheme uses the NRDSE to change the topography of PES in regions where they intersect, thus providing control over photochemistry. Following earlier experimental work, in this paper we study the NRDSE on a new 3 state model of the IBr molecule to gain insight into the mechanism of control at the avoided crossing that governs the branching ratio of the photodissociation.

AB - The Stark effect is produced when a static field alters molecular states. When the field applied is time dependent, the process is known as the dynamic Stark effect. Of particular interest for the control of molecular dynamics is the Non-Resonant Dynamic Stark Effect (NRDSE), in which the time dependent field is unable to effect a one-photon excitation. The intermediate strength laser pulse instead shapes the potential energy surfaces (PES) and so guides the evolution of the system. A prototype control scheme uses the NRDSE to change the topography of PES in regions where they intersect, thus providing control over photochemistry. Following earlier experimental work, in this paper we study the NRDSE on a new 3 state model of the IBr molecule to gain insight into the mechanism of control at the avoided crossing that governs the branching ratio of the photodissociation.

U2 - 10.1039/c1fd00039j

DO - 10.1039/c1fd00039j

M3 - Article

VL - 153

SP - 275

EP - 291

JO - Faraday Discussions

JF - Faraday Discussions

SN - 1359-6640

ER -