MERKT, F and FIELDING, HH and SOFTLEY, TP (1993) ELECTRIC-FIELD EFFECTS ON ZERO-KINETIC-ENERGY PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTRA - AN EXPLANATION OF OBSERVED TRENDS. CHEM PHYS LETT , 202 (1-2) 153 - 160.
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An explanation is offered for the propensity for large negative changes of rotational angular momentum in ZEKE photoelectron spectra, which is increasingly observed as the rotational constant of the photoion decreases; Stark mixing becomes progressively more important, facilitating multistep rotational autoionization processes. The Inglis-Teller limit serves as a useful benchmark for assessing the importance of electric field effects. A discussion is presented of the relative importance of l mixing and J mixing.
|Title:||ELECTRIC-FIELD EFFECTS ON ZERO-KINETIC-ENERGY PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTRA - AN EXPLANATION OF OBSERVED TRENDS|
|Keywords:||INDUCED ROTATIONAL AUTOIONIZATION, RYDBERG STATES, THRESHOLD, PHOTOIONIZATION, SPECTROSCOPY, MOLECULE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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