- Conference date: 30 July-2 August 2003
- Location: Konigstein (Germany)
We have used spin‐resolved electron spectroscopy with circularly polarized synchrotron radiation to delineate the electronic structure of the hydrogen sulfide and carbonyl sulfide molecules and their photoemission dynamics. Specifically, inner‐shell spin‐polarization measurements of the molecular field split components of the S 2p photolines were carried out to reveal effects of the different molecular environments. The validity of simple atomic models to explain the results is discussed.
- Electron radiation effects
- Electron spectroscopy
- Electronic structure
- Molecular dynamics
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