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Correlation-Driven Charge Migration as Initial Step in the Dynamics in Correlation Bands

  title={Correlation-Driven Charge Migration as Initial Step in the Dynamics in Correlation Bands},
  author={Victor Despr'e and Alexander I. Kuleff},
We present dynamics calculations showing how electron-correlation-driven charge migration occurring in the correlation band of ionized molecules can lead to a redistribution of the charge increasing the stability of the system. These calculations offer an interpretation of recent experimental results obtained for adenine. We discuss the implications of the mechanism for the development of attochemistry and how it can be understood in the context of the ultrafast, non-adiabatic relaxation taking… 

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