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Ultrafast Coulomb explosion of a diiodomethane molecule induced by an X-ray free-electron laser pulse

Ultrafast Coulomb explosion of a diiodomethane molecule induced by an X-ray free-electron laser pulse
Yuta Sakakibara, Yuta Ito, Shigeki Owada, Theodor Asavei, Christophe Nicolas, Yuhiro Sato, Liviu Neagu, Edwin Kukk, Xiao-Jing Liu, Koji Motomura, Takayuki Umemoto, Toshiyuki Nishiyama, Kosuke Nakamura, Kazuki Asa, Shin-ichi Wada, Kuno Kooser, Artem Rudenko, Kaoru Yamazaki, Daehyun You, Tadashi Togashi, Kiyonobu Nagaya, Markus Schoffler, Kiyoshi Ueda, Kensuke Tono, Tetsuo Katayama, Tsukasa Takanashi, Hirohiko Kono, Kango Kariyazono, Yoshiaki Kumagai, Hironobu Fukuzawa, Denys Iablonskyi, Catalin Miron, Manabu Kanno, Kohei Ochiai, Makina Yabashi, Gregor Kastirke
The Coulomb explosion mechanism of a CH2I2 molecule is rather different to that of CH3I. The kinetic energy of iodine ions is [similar]3 times larger due to Coulomb repulsion of the two iodine ions, while that of carbon ions is almost the same for both, as indicated by the red arrows that represent kinetic energies of the atomic ions.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/XAqtFuMWaZI/C7CP01669G

DOI: 2017/CP/C7CP01669G

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