Outer- and inner-valence satellites of carbon dioxide: electron momentum spectroscopy compared with symmetry-adapted-cluster configuration interaction general-R calculations.

@article{Tian2012OuterAI,
  title={Outer- and inner-valence satellites of carbon dioxide: electron momentum spectroscopy compared with symmetry-adapted-cluster configuration interaction general-R calculations.},
  author={Qiguo Tian and Jing Yang and Yu-Feng Shi and Xu Shan and Xiangjun Chen},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={136 9},
  pages={
          094306
        }
}
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 ionization threshold (~37.3 eV), is presented. Four main peaks and twelve satellites have been identified including four embedded in the double… CONTINUE READING

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