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Related citation:Li Zhang,Huailiang Xu.Review:Coincidence Momentum Imaging: Principle and Application in Molecular Reaction Dynamics[J].Journal of Harbin Institute Of Technology(New Series),2018,25(4):1-14.DOI:10.11916/j.issn.1005-9113.18022.
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Review:Coincidence Momentum Imaging: Principle and Application in Molecular Reaction Dynamics
Li Zhang1,Huailiang Xu2
( 1.Communications and Electronic Information Department, Shanghai Vocational College of Science and Technology, Shanghai 201800, China; 2.State Key Laboratory of Integrated Optoelectronics, College of Electronic Science and Engineering, Jilin University, Changchun 130012, China)
Coincidence Momentum Imaging (CMI) is a powerful imaging technique that can determine the full momentum vectors of all particles released from a single parent molecule in coincidence and thus provide detailed information on transient molecular structures. So far, the CMI technique has been extensively employed for investigating a variety of molecular reaction dynamics induced, e.g., by particle collisions, intense laser fields and synchrotron radiation. In this article, we first introduce the principle of the CMI technique, which is followed by several typical experimental designs of the CMI systems realizing the coincidence momentum detections. We then present representative examples of studying molecular reaction dynamics using the CMI technique.
Key words:  Coincidence momentum imaging  Intense laser fields  Molecular reaction dynamics
Clc Number:O561.4
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张丽1 徐淮良2

(1.上海科学技术职业学院 通信与电子信息系, 上海 201800;

2.吉林大学 电子科学与工程学院 集成光电子学国家重点实验室,长春 130012)