Absorption of Ultrashort Laser Pulses by Diatomic Molecules View Full Text


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2018-12

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V. A. Astapenko, V. S. Lisitsa, A. V. Yakovets

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The absorption of ultrashort laser pulses by diatomic CO and HF molecules is studied theoretically. The probability of absorption in the total pulse action time and its dependence on the pulse duration and carrier frequency are calculated. In contrast to atomic systems, where the finite pulse duration effects are noticeable on time scales of the order of femtoseconds, these effects in molecular structures manifest themselves on time scales of the order of picoseconds. In this case, the vibrational–rotational structure of molecular transitions plays a significant role. The results of our calculations of the vibrational–rotational spectra for the absorption of ultrashort laser pulses by diatomic CO and HF molecules are presented. The transition from the nonlinear dependence of the absorption probability for short pulse durations to the standard dependence at long pulse durations corresponding to the transition probabilities per unit time is investigated. More... »

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1003-1008

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