Angular distributions of s-subshell electrons in open-shell atoms: 3s photoionization of atomic chlorine
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Phys. Rev. Lett.
PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROMETRY; RESONANCES; Physics, Multidisciplinary
A determination of the angular distribution parameter beta of the atomic chlorine 3s photoelectrons over the photon-energy range from 29 to 70 eV has been carried out using electron spectrometry in conjunction with synchrotron radiation. Our results confirm the basic theoretical predictions that beta, for s-subshell photoionization in open-shell atoms, is in general term and photon-energy dependent. in contrast to closed-shell atoms where beta is always 2 nonrelativistically. However, our measurements of beta for the Cl+ 3s(P-1.3) channels demonstrate that significant details art: not handled well by simple Hartree-Fock theory.
Physical Review Letters
"Angular distributions of s-subshell electrons in open-shell atoms: 3s photoionization of atomic chlorine" (2000). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 2865.