Extraction of alignment parameters from circular dichroic photoelectron angular distribution (CDAD) measurements
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14.Generally, one must take the real part of the right‐hand side of Eq. (1). However, in this letter we only consider cases for which i.e., right angle collection—the configuration for which CDAD is a maximum. For this case, Eq. (1) is correct as it stands.
15.These are normalized such that for any value of J.
16.U. Hefer et al. (Ref. 13) have found, using saturated laser optical pumping, that for highly aligned molecules, direct solution of an equation similar to Eq. (8) (as a set of linear equations for different values of ) is numerically more stable than integration [Eq. (11)]. They find integration preferred, however, if only a few moments are necessary to characterize the alignment.
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