Anionic Photofragmentation of CO: A Selective Probe of Core-Level ResonancesPhysical review letters
AbstractAnion-yield spectroscopy using x rays is shown to be a selective probe of molecular core-level processes, providing unique experimental verification of shape resonances. For CO, partial anion and cation yields are presented for photon energies near the C K edge. The O- yield exhibits features above threshold related only to doubly excited states, in contrast to cation yields which also exhibit pronounced structure due to the well-known σ* shape resonance. Because the shape resonance is completely suppressed for O-, anion spectroscopy thus constitutes a highly selective probe, yielding information unobtainable with absorption or electron spectroscopy.
- Carbon monoxide,
- Nuclear excitation,
- X-ray spectroscopy
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Citation InformationWayne C. Stolte, D. L. Hansen, Maria Novella Piancastelli, I. Dominguez-Lopez, et al.. "Anionic Photofragmentation of CO: A Selective Probe of Core-Level Resonances" Physical review letters Vol. 86 Iss. 20 (2001) p. 4504 - 4507
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