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X-Ray Fluorescence Yields, Auger, and Coster-Kronig Transition Probabilities
The present status of the field of fluorescence yields, radiationless (Auger and Coster-Kronig) and radiative transition probabilities is summarized. Tables of experimental and theoretical resultsExpand
Relativistic Radiationless Transition Probabilities for Atomic K- and L-Shells
Abstract : Auger and Coster-Kronig transition probabilities have been calculated ab initio relativistically from perturbation theory, for frozen orbitals, in teh Dirac-Hartree-Slater approach.Expand
Relativistic K-shell Auger rates, level widths, and fluorescence yields
Systematic relativistic (Dirac-Hartree-Slater) calculations of atomic $K$-shell Auger transition probabilities are reported for 25 elements with $18\ensuremath{\le}Z\ensuremath{\le}96$. $K$-levelExpand
K-shell auger and radiative transitions in the boron isoelectronic sequence
Abstract Auger energies and rates and x-ray wavelengths and intensities for transitions to K -shell vacancies in boron-like ions with 1 s 2 s 2 2 p 2 , 1 s 2 s 2 p 3 , and 1 s 2 p 4 configurationsExpand
Orbital electron capture by the nucleus
The theory of nuclear electron capture is reviewed in the light of current understanding of weak interactions. Experimental methods and results regarding capture probabilities, capture ratios, andExpand
Neutral-atom electron binding energies from relaxed-orbital relativistic Hartree-Fock-Slater calculations 2 ≤ Z ≤ 106
Abstract Electron binding energies in neutral atoms have been calculated relativistically, with the requirement of complete relaxation. Hartree-Fock-Slater wavefunctions served as zeroth-orderExpand
Atomic inner-shell processes
Abstract : X-Ray and Auger transition probabilities were calculated for atoms that have been singly and multiply ionized in inner shells. The effects of relativity and configuration interaction onExpand
Quantum theory of post-collision interaction in inner-shell photoionization: Final-state interaction between two continuum electrons.
In inner-shell photoionization followed by Auger decay, the Auger electron initially screens the ionic Coulomb field ``seen'' by the photoelectron. This screening phenomenon affects theExpand
Atomic Inner-Shell Physics