We apply nonlinear optimal control simulation to design a non-resonant control pulse that maximizes the probability of specified photodissociation of IBr by utilizing the non-resonant dynamic Stark effect in the presence of a predetermined pump pulse. The optimal pulses are always composed of several subpulses that increase the target probability considerably depending on the wavelength of the pump pulse. Focusing on the cases of high target probabilities, we systematically examine how the subpulses cooperate with each other on the basis of pulse-partitioning analyses. We show that the subpulses largely cooperate with the pump pulse, which can explain their irradiation timings. On the other hand, the cooperation between the subpulses is mainly expressed as the sum of the contribution from each subpulse.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry