High harmonic spectroscopy sees quantum interference in molecular dissociation
When gas-phase bromine is dissociated with a 400-nm laser pulse, its internuclear separation can be measured by high harmonic spectroscopy. Quantum interference between the two atoms is seen as a minimum in the emission.
H. J. Worner, J. B. Bertrand, D. V. Kartashov, P. B. Corkum and D. M. Villeneuve,
Following a chemical reaction using high-harmonic spectroscopy,
Nature (London) 466, 604 (2010)