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Title:
Isotopically Resolved Photoelectron Imaging Unravels Complex Atomic Autoionization Dynamics by Two-Color Resonant Ionization
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Abstract:
Angle-resolved electron spectroscopy in coincidence with high-resolution mass spectroscopy has been applied to study two-color resonant photoionization in atomic xenon. Separation of different isotopes enabled us to extract results for the electronic dynamics free from depolarization effects, which are generally introduced by the coupling of the electronic and nuclear angular momenta. The concerted experimental and theoretical analysis of the photoelectron angular distributions in the region of an autoionizing resonance emphasizes the strong sensitivity of the observed structures to the fine details of the treatment of the underlying dynamics.
Imprint:
College Park, Md., APS, 2013
Journal Information:
Phys. Rev. Lett., 111, 24, 243002 (2013)
ISSN:
0031-9007
1079-7114
External related publications:
10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.243002
WOS:000328699200011 (WOS)


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