By Stuart A. Rice
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Has a full width at halfThis packet, which is localized around Ri ¼ 15 A ˚ maximum (FWHM) of 5 A. The mean momentum of the approaching particles is " which corresponds to an impact energy of EP ¼ P " 2 =2m. Figure 9 exhibits the P, potential energy curve for the HF molecule  (left panel). Here, we present results for a linear dipole moment, for a more realistic description, see Ref. 107. As in the case of photodissociation, we use the energy rate dhH0 it =dt, which leads to a field of the form Eq.
9b). Thus, the pump and probe pulses do not overlap until much shorter time delays, resulting in smaller peak distortions. Because T can be smaller without causing distortions, the signal strength is also stronger for a time-reversed etalon pulse shape. The improvement in signal strength is not very dramatic for W(CO)6 because the vibrational lifetime is 140 ps, but for the amide I band of a peptide or protein where the vibrational lifetime is $1400 fs, a three-time enhancement in signal strength would occur for T ¼ 200 versus 1800 fs.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 141 by Stuart A. Rice