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Angular distribution of Auger electrons from fixed-in-space and rotating photoexcited CO: Theory
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FIG. 1.

The MFAADs of the seven lowest final states. Numbers (1)–(7) designate the results of the present investigation and correspond to the numbers of the states in Tables I and II. Labels (a)–(g) mark the corresponding results of Bonhoff et al. (Ref. 17). The electric field vector points in the direction of the molecular frame, which is shown in the inset.

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FIG. 2.

MFAADs [Eq. (13)] from the present one-center calculations for the final states of . The numbers correspond to those in Tables I and II. Right column: 3D spherical plots. Left column: the MFAADs as a function of for various fixed values of . Solid line: , dotted line: , dashed line: , dashed-dotted line: . The orientation of the CO molecule and the direction of the electric field are chosen as shown in Fig. 1.

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FIG. 3.

As in Fig. 2 but for , , and final states.


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Table I.

Auger transition rates of the excited state of CO to the indicated states of as calculated with the present approach in comparison with other theoretical works. Leading configurations are given with respect to the ground state configuration of the CO molecule. All values in

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Table II.

Anisotropy parameters for the Auger decay of the resonance in

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Table III.

Asymmetry parameters from the present approach and from prior work.


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Scitation: Angular distribution of Auger electrons from fixed-in-space and rotating C 1s→2π photoexcited CO: Theory