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Communication: Coupled-cluster interpretation of the photoelectron spectrum of
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We use the scalar relativistic ionized equation-of-motion coupled-cluster approaches, correlating valence and semi-core electrons and including up to 3-hole-2-particle terms in the ionizing operator, to investigate the photoelectron spectrum of . We provide an accurate assignment of peaks and shoulders in the experimental photoelectron spectrum of for the first time.
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