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Tomoyuki Yatsuhashi
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Advances in multi-photon processes and spectroscopy
SH Lin, AA Villaeys, Y Fujimura
World Scientific, 2004
207*2004
A key factor in parent and fragment ion formation on irradiation with an intense femtosecond laser pulse
H Harada, S Shimizu, T Yatsuhashi, S Sakabe, Y Izawa, N Nakashima
Chemical physics letters 342 (5-6), 563-570, 2001
1152001
Molecular mechanism of radiationless deactivation of aminoanthraquinones through intermolecular hydrogen-bonding interaction with alcohols and hydroperoxides
T Yatsuhashi, H Inoue
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 101 (44), 8166-8173, 1997
1031997
Femtochemistry and femtobiology: ultrafast events in molecular science
MM Martin, JT Hynes
Elsevier, 2004
972004
Radiationless deactivation of an intramolecular charge transfer excited state through hydrogen bonding: Effect of molecular structure and hard− soft anionic character in the …
A Morimoito, T Yatsuhashi, T Shimada, L Biczók, DA Tryk, H Inoue
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105 (45), 10488-10496, 2001
892001
Ionization and fragmentation of some chlorinated compounds and dibenzo-p-dioxin with an intense femtosecond laser pulse at 800 nm
H Harada, M Tanaka, M Murakami, S Shimizu, T Yatsuhashi, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107 (34), 6580-6586, 2003
712003
Large molecules in high-intensity laser fields
N Nakashima, S Shimizu, T Yatsuhashi, S Sakabe, Y Izawa
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews 1 (2 …, 2000
702000
Photophysical properties of intramolecular charge-transfer excited singlet state of aminofluorenone derivatives
T Yatsuhashi, Y Nakajima, T Shimada, H Inoue
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102 (18), 3018-3024, 1998
691998
Molecular mechanism for the radiationless deactivation of the intramolecular charge-transfer excited singlet state of aminofluorenones through hydrogen bonds with alcohols
T Yatsuhashi, Y Nakajima, T Shimada, H Tachibana, H Inoue
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102 (45), 8657-8663, 1998
671998
Ionization and fragmentation of anthracene with an intense femtosecond laser pulse at 1.4 μm
M Murakami, R Mizoguchi, Y Shimada, T Yatsuhashi, N Nakashima
Chemical physics letters 403 (4-6), 238-241, 2005
582005
Multiple ionization and Coulomb explosion of molecules, molecular complexes, clusters and solid surfaces
T Yatsuhashi, N Nakashima
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews 34, 52-84, 2018
562018
Coulomb explosion of benzene induced by an intense laser field
S Shimizu, V Zhakhovskii, F Sato, S Okihara, S Sakabe, K Nishihara, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 117 (7), 3180-3189, 2002
512002
The role of intersystem crossing in the deactivation of the singlet excited aminofluorenones
L Biczók, T Bérces, T Yatsuhashi, H Tachibana, H Inoue
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 3 (6), 980-985, 2001
452001
Coherent oscillations in the charge-transfer system 4-dimethylamino-benzonitrile
SA Trushin, T Yatsuhashi, W Fuß, WE Schmid
Chemical physics letters 376 (3-4), 282-291, 2003
442003
Radiationless deactivation process of 1-dimethylamino-9-fluorenone induced by conformational relaxation in the excited state: a new model molecule for the TICT process
A Morimoto, L Biczók, T Yatsuhashi, T Shimada, S Baba, H Tachibana, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 106 (43), 10089-10095, 2002
422002
Ultrafast relaxation and coherent oscillations in aminobenzonitriles in the gas phase probed by intense-field ionization
W Fuß, WE Schmid, KK Pushpa, SA Trushin, T Yatsuhashi
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 9 (10), 1151-1169, 2007
412007
Effects of polarization of 1.4 μm femtosecond laser pulses on the formation and fragmentation of naphthalene molecular ions compared at the same effective ionization intensity
T Yatsuhashi, N Nakashima
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109 (42), 9414-9418, 2005
402005
Enhancement of anthracene fragmentation by circularly polarized intense femtosecond laser pulse
M Murakami, M Tanaka, T Yatsuhashi, N Nakashima
The Journal of chemical physics 126 (10), 104304, 2007
342007
Femtosecond laser ionization of organic amines with very low ionization potentials: Relatively small suppressed ionization features
T Yatsuhashi, T Obayashi, M Tanaka, M Murakami, N Nakashima
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 110 (25), 7763-7771, 2006
342006
Atomiclike ionization and fragmentation of a series of (X: H, F, Cl, Br, I, and CN) by an intense femtosecond laser
M Tanaka, M Murakami, T Yatsuhashi, N Nakashima
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (10), 104314, 2007
332007
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