Figure: Control of the electron position in a D2+ molecule: under the influence of an ultrashort, intense phase-controlled laser pulse (red line), the electron cloud (blue) oscillates between the two D+ ions (magenta curve). When the molecule falls apart the electron stays with one of the two D+ ions. The emission direction of the atom that the electron stays with can be chosen with the phase ? of the laser pulse.
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