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Evidence Derived from Angle Resolved Electron Spectroscopy for a New Spectral Series in the Photoionization Continuum of Molecular Oxygen

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Author(s)

Albert C. Parr, J B. West, G V. Marr, J L. Dehmer

Abstract

Angular resolved photoelectron spectroscopy measurements on the O2 molecule are reported β-parameters and vibrational branching ratios have been calculated. The measurements were made with good optical resolution in the wavelength region 670-740 ,where several series converge to the 4ςg state of O2. The application of the measurements to identifying resonant structure is discussed, and evidence presented for a new series converging to the b state.
Citation
Journal of Physics B-Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics
Volume
31

Keywords

assymetry, autoionization, branching ratios, energy levels, parameters, photoionization, spectroscopy

Citation

Parr, A. , West, J. , Marr, G. and Dehmer, J. (1998), Evidence Derived from Angle Resolved Electron Spectroscopy for a New Spectral Series in the Photoionization Continuum of Molecular Oxygen, Journal of Physics B-Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics (Accessed May 19, 2024)

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Created July 1, 1998, Updated February 17, 2017