Abstract

We demonstrate, using ethylene, that controlling lower-valence ionization and field-driven excitation dynamics with ultrashort, intense laser pulses allows steering fragmentation reactions of polyatomic molecules along a certain pathway towards a specific set of fragment ions.

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