Imaging the onset of the resonance regime in low-energy NO-He collisions

@article{Jongh2020ImagingTO,
  title={Imaging the onset of the resonance regime in low-energy NO-He collisions},
  author={Tim de Jongh and M. Besemer and Quan Shuai and T. Karman and A. van der Avoird and G. Groenenboom and S. V. D. van de Meerakker},
  journal={Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={368},
  pages={626 - 630}
}
Ultracold molecular collision dynamics Ultracold collision dynamics are of great importance in understanding the quantum nature of chemical interactions, but achieving the ultracold regime for molecules is challenging. Traditional techniques based on alternative routes to assemble the ultracold atomic constituents are only able to produce a type of ultracold molecules that cannot probe state-selective dynamics. Using Stark deceleration and velocity map–imaging techniques, de Jongh et al… Expand
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