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Imaging Ultrafast Dynamics Using Laser-Induced Electron Diffraction

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A new imaging technique, laser-induced electron diffraction is applied to study the bond relaxation dynamics of oxygen molecule. The retrieved bond lengths at three wavelengths all shows a bond contraction of about 0.1 Å within 4-6 fs after tunnel ionization.

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