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Quantum coherent control of the properties of a resonance state

AuthorsGarcía Vela, Alberto CSIC ORCID
Issue Date3-Jul-2017
CitationQRS XIV (2017)
AbstractResonance states are interesting objects that can behave as intermediate or doorway states from which some molecular processes can be activated. Thus, controlling the decay process of a given resonance implies to control the molecular process mediated by that resonance state. The two essential observable properties associated with the decay of a resonance state are its lifetime and the final product fragment state distributions. Schemes to control the lifetime of a single resonance state have been developed for the cases of both overlapping (see Fig. 1, left panel) [1,2] and isolated [3] resonances. Control strategies to modify the product fragment state distributions produced by the decay of a superposition of resonances (see Fig. 1, right panel) [4-6], as well as of a single resonance [7], have also been proposed. A remarkably different behaviour is found depending upon whether the resonance state is completely isolated or overlapping with other resonances [7,8]. The different control schemes will be discussed.
DescriptionConferencia invitada. -- Power Point 14 diapositivas. -- XIV International Workshop on Quantum Reactive Scattering,Trieste from July 3rd to 6th, 2017. --
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