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Other schemes may become possible if large-amplitude ISRS excitation can be achieved. 1 8, may be possible . Following initiation of large-amplitude motion in So, a second ultrashort pulse could be used for absorption into S , or other excited states. Phase-coherent motion in those states would then begin. Depending on the amplitude of ISRS excitation and on the timing between the two pulses, the initial position and momentum on the excited-state potential could be independently varied. This would be of interest, for example, in exploring propagation over potential barriers in chemically reactive excited states.
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