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1Þ is to be determined which causes a fragmentation. This scenario is sketched in Fig. 2. Intuitively it is clear that, in order to break the bond, energy has to be pumped into the system. In the formalism of LCT, this can be realized if the system’s energy (represented by the Hamiltonian H0;1 ) increases steadily as a function of time. To specify the interaction with the external field, we have to take the special features of the NaI molecule into consideration: Due to the ionic character of state j1i at distances larger than the point where the nonadiabatic coupling is present (marked as Rc in Fig.

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