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Multipathway dissociation dynamics of core-excited methyl chloride probed by high resolution electron spectroscopy and Auger-electron–ion coincidences
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10.1063/1.2900645
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FIG. 1.

High resolution RAES spectra of recorded along resonance: Left at , Top at , Right at , together with the Off (off resonance spectrum, shifted by to account for , see text). The spectra are normalized with respect to gas pressure and photon flux and their different intensities reflect the photon energy dependence of the photoexcitation cross section.

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FIG. 2.

Mass selected photoelectron spectra (MSPES) recorded after resonant excitation in . For every spectrum the coincident fragment ion is indicated at the right side. The vertical dashed line was drawn for eye guidance at the nominal energy of the atomic state.

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FIG. 3.

Auger electron energy distributions associated with the ion formation and emitted in a direction parallel (blue: Triangles), antiparallel (red: Diamonds), or perpendicular (black: Continuous) to the ion emission. An Auger–Doppler splitting of about between the red (diamonds) and blue (triangles) components is observed.

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FIG. 4.

MSPES obtained for and , with the electron emitted parallel (blue: Triangles) or antiparallel (red: Diamonds) to the ejected fragment. The bottom spectrum is the resonant Auger emission from the HCl molecule at resonance.

Tables

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Table I.

Maximum KER for the main fragments expressed in eV. The accuracy in the KER determination is .

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Scitation: Multipathway dissociation dynamics of core-excited methyl chloride probed by high resolution electron spectroscopy and Auger-electron–ion coincidences
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/128/15/10.1063/1.2900645
10.1063/1.2900645
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