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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Vibrational Excitation Due To Atom-molecule Collision In An Intense Laser Field|
|Abstract:||A theory for the nonresonance vibrational excitation of diatomic molecules under impact excitation conditions in an intense laser field is developed. Specific consideration is given to 0 → n transitions in He-LiH collisions. It is found for this system that at relatively large collision times direct many-photon processes are dominant. However, with decreasing collision time the compensation for resonance mismatch requires fewer photons to assist the vibrational excitation. The behavior of the different excitation processes for the 0 → n transition on the laser field strength is also presented. © 1985 American Chemical Society.|
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