Orientation dependence in multichannel dissociative ionization of OCS molecules

Orientation dependence in multichannel dissociative ionization of OCS molecules With 800-nm, 25-fs elliptically polarized ionization pulses, we observe molecular frame photoelectron angular distributions (MF-PADs) correlated with different dissociative ionization channels: OCS+→S++CO, CO++S, CS++O, and O++CS. We find that the asymmetry in the MF-PAD depends on the specific dissociation channel and the laser intensities. For the dissociation channel leading to the production of O+, the OCS molecules are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the O atom, while for other dissociation channels, they are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the S atom. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review A American Physical Society (APS)

Orientation dependence in multichannel dissociative ionization of OCS molecules

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Orientation dependence in multichannel dissociative ionization of OCS molecules

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With 800-nm, 25-fs elliptically polarized ionization pulses, we observe molecular frame photoelectron angular distributions (MF-PADs) correlated with different dissociative ionization channels: OCS+→S++CO, CO++S, CS++O, and O++CS. We find that the asymmetry in the MF-PAD depends on the specific dissociation channel and the laser intensities. For the dissociation channel leading to the production of O+, the OCS molecules are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the O atom, while for other dissociation channels, they are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the S atom.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1050-2947
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1094-1622
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10.1103/PhysRevA.96.011401
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Abstract

With 800-nm, 25-fs elliptically polarized ionization pulses, we observe molecular frame photoelectron angular distributions (MF-PADs) correlated with different dissociative ionization channels: OCS+→S++CO, CO++S, CS++O, and O++CS. We find that the asymmetry in the MF-PAD depends on the specific dissociation channel and the laser intensities. For the dissociation channel leading to the production of O+, the OCS molecules are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the O atom, while for other dissociation channels, they are more likely to be ionized when the electric field points toward the S atom.

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Physical Review AAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 11, 2017

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