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In this study the authors examine the reliability and validity of the Fear of Intimacy with Helping Professionals Scale (FIS-HP) with Chinese (N = 150) and American (N = 145) elderly persons. Factor analysis using principal component analysis with a varimax rotation was used to examine the FIS-HP factor structure for both samples. A three factor solution(More)
The valence-shell binding energy spectra and electron momentum profiles of gaseous ethylamine are measured by (e, 2e) electron momentum spectroscopy. When taking into account the Boltzmann-weighted abundance of 39% for trans and 61% for two equivalent gauche conformers coexisted in ethylamine, the thermally averaged electron momentum profiles for all(More)
The extensive study of outer- and inner-valence satellites of carbon dioxide by electron momentum spectroscopy is reported. The experiments have been performed using a high-sensitivity electron momentum spectrometer employing non-coplanar symmetric geometry at impact energy of about 1200 eV. Binding energy spectrum up to 50 eV, above the first double(More)
A high-sensitivity angle and energy dispersive multichannel electron momentum spectrometer with simultaneous detection in 2π angle range is presented. A newly designed double half wedge and strip anode position-sensitive detector is employed to collect the ionized and scattered electrons passing through a 90° sector, 2π spherical electrostatic analyzer over(More)
We report the first measurement on vibrationally resolved electron momentum spectroscopy of H2 by using a high-resolution (e, 2e) spectrometer. The vibrational-specific experimental momentum profiles have been obtained and shown to be in agreement with calculations of (e, 2e) ionization cross sections taking into account the vibrational wave functions.(More)
The binding energy spectrum of carbon disulphide (CS(2)) in the energy range of 9-23 eV has been measured by a high-resolution (e,2e) spectrometer employing asymmetric noncoplanar kinematics at an impact energy of 2500 eV plus the binding energy. Taking the advantage of the high energy resolution of 0.54 eV, four main peaks and five satellites in the(More)
The valence-shell electron momentum distributions for 1-butene are measured by electron momentum spectroscopy (EMS) employing non-coplanar symmetric geometry. The experimental electron momentum distributions are compared with the density functional theory (DFT) calculations using different-sized basis sets. Although the two conformers of 1-butene in the gas(More)
A momentum imaging spectrometer has been built for studying the electron impact molecular fragmentation dynamics. The setup consists of a pulsed electron gun and a time of flight system as well as a two-dimensional time and position sensitive multi-hit detector. The charged fragments with kinetic energy up to 10 eV can be detected in 4π solid angles and(More)
The binding energy spectra and electron momentum distributions for the outer-valence molecular orbitals of gaseous cyclopropylamine (CPA) have been measured by (e, 2e) electron momentum spectrometer employing noncoplanar asymmetric geometry at the impact energy of 2500 eV. The experimental results are interpreted on the basis of the quantitative(More)
Electron momentum distributions for outer valence orbitals of CF2Cl2 have been obtained by (e,2e) electron momentum spectroscopy at an incident energy of 1200 eV + binding energy. The experimental electron momentum profiles are compared with Hartree-Fock and density functional theory (DFT) calculations using B3LYP hybrid functional with the 6-31G and(More)