Outer Ns,Np Correlation Satellites In The Rare-Gases - A Photoelectron Spectrometry Study With An Undulator Photon Source
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J. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom.
Photoionization Cross-Section; Synchrotron Radiation; Angular-Distribution; Valence Satellites; High-Resolution; Argon; Spectrum; Threshold; Xenon; Neon; Spectroscopy
High-resolution photoelectron spectra of the outer ns,np correlation satellites of neon, argon, krypton and xenon are presented for low excitation energies of about 65 eV. Relative cross-sections and photoelectron angular distribution parameters are given, and differential cross-sections at angles parallel and perpendicular to the polarization vector are included for comparison. Energy dependence of satellite features are given for neon and argon in the range 55 less-than-or-equal-to h-nu less-than-or-equal-to 130 eV. Results generally confirm the predictions taken from the latest theoretical interpretations, and conclusions drawn from lower-resolution data. Finally, undulator beam line characteristics have been determined and are described in some detail.
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena
Krause, M. O.; Whitfield, S. B.; Caldwell, C. D.; Wu, J. Z.; Vandermeulen, P.; Delange, C. A.; and Hansen, R. W. C., "Outer Ns,Np Correlation Satellites In The Rare-Gases - A Photoelectron Spectrometry Study With An Undulator Photon Source" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1665.