Abstract

Exact analytical expressions are derived for the expected dissociation yield in bulk infrared photolysis experiments; these results are based on a power-law fluence-dependent model of infrared multiple-photon dissociation as applied to the interaction of a focused, Gaussian-profiled pulsed laser with a medium.

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