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PHOTOIONIZATION AND ZEKE PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY OF AR, H2 AND CO2 USING A COHERENT XUV LASER SOURCE

FIELDING, HH; SOFTLEY, TP; MERKT, F; (1991) PHOTOIONIZATION AND ZEKE PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY OF AR, H2 AND CO2 USING A COHERENT XUV LASER SOURCE. CHEM PHYS , 155 (2) 257 - 265.

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Abstract

Tunable extreme ultraviolet (XUV) radiation of narrow bandwidth (0.6 cm-1) is generated in the region of 130000 cm-1. This radiation is successfully applied to the study of autoionising Rydberg states of argon and hydrogen, and to record one-photon zero kinetic energy (ZEKE) photoelectron spectra of argon and carbon dioxide.

Type:Article
Title:PHOTOIONIZATION AND ZEKE PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY OF AR, H2 AND CO2 USING A COHERENT XUV LASER SOURCE
Keywords:HIGH-RESOLUTION, IONIZATION THRESHOLD, ABSORPTION-SPECTRUM, RYDBERG STATES, PHOTOIONIZATION, BENZENE, ENERGY, DEPENDENCE, REGION, SERIES
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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