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  • 14th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena
  • Technical Digest (CD) (Optica Publishing Group, 2004),
  • paper ME10

Photodissociation dynamics studied via Time-Resolved Coincidence Imaging Spectroscopy

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Femtosecond time resolved photoelectron-photoion Coincidence Imaging Spectroscopy was used to study the non-adiabatic photodissociation dynamics of the NO dimer at 209 nm. Correlated photoelectron-photofragment energy and angular distributions reveal new details of the dissociation dynamics.

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