Velocity map imaging and theoretical study of the Coulomb explosion of CH3I under intense femtosecond IR pulses.

@article{Corrales2012VelocityMI,
  title={Velocity map imaging and theoretical study of the Coulomb explosion of CH3I under intense femtosecond IR pulses.},
  author={Mar{\'i}a E Corrales and Gregory Gitzinger and Jes{\'u}s Gonz{\'a}lez-V{\'a}zquez and V Loriot and Rebeca de Nalda and Luis Ba{\~n}ares},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2012},
  volume={116 11},
  pages={2669-77}
}
The Coulomb explosion of CH(3)I in an intense (10-100 TW cm(-2)), ultrashort (50 fs) and nonresonant (804 nm) laser field has been studied experimentally and justified theoretically. Ion images have been recorded using the velocity map imaging (VMI) technique for different singly and multiply charged ion fragments, CH(3)(p+) (p = 1) and I(q+) (q ≤ 3), arising from different Coulomb explosion channels. The fragment kinetic energy distributions obtained from the measured images for these ion… CONTINUE READING
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