Isotopically resolved photoelectron imaging unravels complex atomic autoionization dynamics by two-color resonant ionization.


Angle-resolved electron spectroscopy in coincidence with high-resolution mass spectroscopy has been applied to study two-color resonant photoionization in atomic xenon. Separation of different isotopes enabled us to extract results for the electronic dynamics free from depolarization effects, which are generally introduced by the coupling of the electronic… (More)


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