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Communication: State mixing by spin-orbit coupling in the anionic chloroiodine dissociations
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Three spin-orbit states, 12Π1/2, 22Π3/2, and 22Π1/2, of chloroiodine anion (ICl−) formed by low-energy electron attachment in the Franck-Condon region are associated with the dissociative limits of I− (1S0) and Cl (2P3/2) or Cl* (2P1/2) fragments. Within the adiabatic scheme, the presumptive Π-symmetry of the fragment angular distributions is dramatically changed to be the Π-Σ mixing symmetry, due to the significant spin-orbit interaction effect on the electronic state couplings of ICl−. The present experimental approach also enables us to separate the contributions of different electronic states from the mixed states, providing a crucial method for quantitatively evaluating the configuration-interaction wavefunctions.
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