Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2

Faisal F, Abdurrouf A, Miyazaki K, Miyaji G (2007)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 98(14).

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Recent pump-probe experiments with intense femtosecond laser pulses and diatomic molecules N-2 and O-2, have revealed the presence of Raman-forbidden anomalous series and lines in the Fourier spectrum of HHG (high harmonic generation) signals. A theoretical analysis of the problem is made by deriving a general expression of the angle dependent HHG operator that governs the dynamic alignment signals in linear molecules, and applying them to the experiments in N-2 and O-2. A unified interpretation of the origin of the observed Raman-allowed and the anomalous spectral features is given. The results are also used to estimate the molecular temperature in the experiments.
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Faisal F, Abdurrouf A, Miyazaki K, Miyaji G. Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 2007;98(14).
Faisal, F., Abdurrouf, A., Miyazaki, K., & Miyaji, G. (2007). Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 98(14).
Faisal, F., Abdurrouf, A., Miyazaki, K., and Miyaji, G. (2007). Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 98.
Faisal, F., et al., 2007. Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 98(14).
F. Faisal, et al., “Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 98, 2007.
Faisal, F., Abdurrouf, A., Miyazaki, K., Miyaji, G.: Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 98, (2007).
Faisal, Farhard, Abdurrouf, A., Miyazaki, K., and Miyaji, G. “Origin of anomalous spectra of dynamic alignments observed in N-2 and O-2”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 98.14 (2007).
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