Einfluss der spektralen Phasen von Femtosekunden-Laserpulsen auf Ionisation und Dissoziation von Ethan und DCl

Inhalt der vorliegenden Doktorarbeit ist das Verständnis und die Kontrolle von fs-laserpulsinduzierter Ionisation und Dissoziation. Eine zentrale Rolle spielt in diesem Zusammenhang die spektrale Phase des Laserpulses, welche den elektrischen Feldverlauf charakterisiert. Durch die Manipulation der s...

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Main Author: Schirmel, Nora
Contributors: Weitzel, Karl-Michael (Prof. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
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Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2014
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