Karl L. Kompa

Laser Chemistry Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik 
"Karl Kompa"
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Gollub C, Korff BM, Kompa KL, et al. (2007) Chirp-driven vibrational distribution in transition metal carbonyl complexes. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 9: 369-76
Windhorn L, Yeston JS, Witte T, et al. (2003) Getting ahead of IVR: A demonstration of mid-infrared induced molecular dissociation on a sub-statistical time scale Journal of Chemical Physics. 119: 641-645
Müller AM, Witzel B, Uiterwaal CJ, et al. (2002) White-light-induced fragmentation of toluene. Physical Review Letters. 88: 023001
Tesch CM, Kompa KL, Vivie-Riedle Rd. (2001) Design of optimal infrared femtosecond laser pulses for the overtone excitation in acetylene Chemical Physics. 267: 173-185
Müller AM, Uiterwaal CJGJ, Witzel B, et al. (2000) Photoionization and photofragmentation of gaseous toluene using 80-fs, 800-nm laser pulses Journal of Chemical Physics. 112: 9289-9300
Fuß W, Hering P, Kompa KL, et al. (1997) Ultrafast photochemical pericyclic reactions and isomerizations of small polyenes Berichte Der Bunsengesellschaft/Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 101: 500-509
Fuss W, Höfer T, Hering P, et al. (1996) Ring opening in the dehydrocholesterol-previtamin D system studied by ultrafast spectroscopy Journal of Physical Chemistry. 100: 921-927
Lochbrunner S, Motzkus M, Pichler G, et al. (1996) New Dunham coefficients of the A1Σ+-State of NaH and NaD Zeitschrift Fur Physik D-Atoms Molecules and Clusters. 38: 35-40
Fuß W, Lochbrunner S, Schmid WE, et al. (1996) Comparison of the photochemical ring opening of cyclohexadiene and dehydrocholesterol in solution, studied by ultrafast absorption spectroscopy Springer Series in Chemical Physics. 62: 260-261
Klamminger A, Motzkus M, Lochbrunner S, et al. (1995) Rotational and vibrational temperature determination by DFWM spectroscopy Applied Physics B Lasers and Optics. 61: 311-318
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