Intramolecular Dynamics due to Electron Transitions: From Photoelectron Spectroscopy to Femtochemistry
John William Gadzuk
A personal recollection of the coming-to-an-understanding of select spectroscopic and then chemical physics problems associated with atomic motion triggered by electronic transitions is given. The story starts with the initial stimulation provided by Dick Brundle's photoelectron spectroscopy studies of absorbed molecules and continues to contemporary examples in photoelectron spectroscopy and Femtochemistry, all of which are theoretically modeled within a unified framework of time-dependent, driven oscillators and decaying states.
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena
electron spectroscopy, femtochemistry, photoelectron spectroscopy, surface process
Intramolecular Dynamics due to Electron Transitions: From Photoelectron Spectroscopy to Femtochemistry, Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena
(Accessed December 10, 2023)