Coherent control of quantum chaotic diffusion: Diatomic molecules in a pulsed microwave field

@inproceedings{Gong2001CoherentCO,
  title={Coherent control of quantum chaotic diffusion: Diatomic molecules in a pulsed microwave field},
  author={Jiangbin Gong and Paul Brumer},
  year={2001}
}
Extensive phase control of quantum chaotic diffusion is demonstrated for diatomic molecules periodically kicked with microwave pulses. In particular, both complete suppression of chaotic diffusion as well as its enhancement can be achieved by varying the phase of the initial superposition state. The origin of this control in deviations from random matrix theory is also discussed. The results should motivate experiments that are relevant to both coherent control and to quantum chaos. 

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