Abstract

By use of the nonequilibrium molecular dynamics method and an electric polarization model proposed in a recent paper [ Phys. Rev. 38, 5810 ( 1988)], we investigate the transient properties of liquid carbon disulfide exposed to intense picosecond laser pulses. We then compare these results with those obtained for the unperturbed-equilibrium liquid and the liquid perturbed by an intense cw laser.

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