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Author Quantum control of molecular reaction dynamics (Workshop) (1999 : Honolulu, HI)

Title Advances in multi-photon processes and spectroscopy. Vol. 14 : Quantum control of molecular reaction dynamics : proceedings of the US-Japan Workshop, Honolulu, USA, 12-15 December 1999 / edited by R.J. Gordon, Y. Fujimura
Published Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, 2001
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Contents pt. I. Control of wave packets. Time-shifting the dynamics of Li2 multistate rovibrational wave packets by state selective coherent phase control / ZoharAmitay, Radoslaw Uberna, and Stephen R. Leone -- Strong field ultrafast quantum control with learning algorithms / Philip H. Bucksbaum -- Quantum control of isomerization and enantiomer preparation / Y. Fujimura [and others] -- Nonexponential dephasing and control of molecular quantum systems / Martin Gruebele and Vance Wong -- What role can four-wave mixing techniques play in coherent control? / Vadim V. Lozovoy [and others] -- Using optical collision to control the transition-region dynamics / Kenji Ohmori
pt. II. Coherent phase control. What have we learned from the phase lag in coherent control experiments? / Robert J. Gordon [and others] -- Phase-sensitive photoionization of atoms and its application / Takashi Nakajima -- Coherent control, Fano interference, and non-Hemitian interactions / Marlan O. Scully -- pt. III. Alignment. Alignment of neutral molecules by a strong nonresonant laser field / Hirofumi Sakai [and others] -- Effect of IR laser pulses on the UV photodissociation of CH3I and OCS / A. Sugita [and others] -- pt. IV. Intense fields. Electronic dynamics and structure of molecules in intense laser fields / Hirohiko Kono and Isao Kawata -- Light-dressed states of H2O in intense laser fields / Shilin Liu [and others] -- Atomic dynamics at long wavelengths / B. Sheehy [and others] -- New way of controlling molecular processes by lasers / Yoshiaki Teranishi, Kuninobu Nagaya, and Hiroki Nakamura -- pt. V. Condensed phases. Coherent control of molecular excitations in the condensed phase using optical heterodyne detected Raman induced Kerr effect spectroscopy / Valeria D. Kleiman, Dale McMorrow, and Joseph S. Melinger -- Dynamical intensity borrowing in porphyrin J-aggregates revealed by sub-5-fs spectroscopy / Takayoshi Kobayashi, Hideaki Kano, and Takashi Saito -- Sub-5fs real-time spectroscopy of geometrical relaxation processes in polydiacetylenes / Takayoshi Kobayashi and Akira Shirakawa -- Localization in dissipative tunneling systems driven by monochromatic light / Nancy Makri -- Excited- and ground-state wave packet dynamics in organic materials induced by femtosecond chirped pulses / Kazuhiko Misawa and Takayoshi Kobayashi -- Optical and structural control of quantum interference in semiconductors / W. Potz and T Krivosheev -- Spectroscopic application of THz radiation generated by ultrashort pulses: static far infrared absorption measurements in condensed phases / Keisuke Tominaga [and others]
Summary In view of the rapid growth in both experimental and theoretical studies of multi-photon processes and multi-photon spectroscopy of atoms, ions and molecules in chemistry, physics, biology, materials science, etc., it is desirable to publish an advanced series of volumes containing review papers that can be read not only by active researchers in these areas, but also by those who are not experts but who intend to enter the field. The present series aims to serve this purpose. Each review article is written in a self-contained manner by the expert(s) in the area, so that the reader can grasp the knowledge without too much preparation
Analysis molecular reaction dynamics
quantum control
reaction dynamics
Notes Papers
Title from PDF title page (viewed on Apr. 2, 2013)
Subject Multiphoton processes.
Spectrum analysis.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Fujimura, Y. (Yuichi)
Gordon, R. J
ISBN 9789812791948 (electronic bk.)
9812791949 (electronic bk.)