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Based on a quantum-mechanical model, we calculate the time evolution of an initial nuclear vibrational wave packet in D 2 + generated by the rapid ionization of D 2 in an ultrashort pump-laser pulse. By Fourier transformation of the nuclear probability density with respect to the time delay between the pump pulse and the instant destructive Coulomb-explosion imaging of the wave packet at the high-intensity spike of an intense probe-laser pulse, we provide two-dimensionaldoi:10.1103/physreva.79.033410 fatcat:hwgxbwyocvcobfdtkepkb7ld3u