Angular and dynamical properties in resonant inelastic x-ray scattering: Case study of chlorine-containing moleculesPhysical Review A
AbstractPolarization-dependent resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS) has been shown to be a probe of molecular-field effects on the electronic structure of isolated molecules. In this experimental analysis we explain the linear dichroism observed in Cl 2p polarized RIXS following Cl 1s excitation of a series of chlorofluoromethanes (CF3Cl, CF2Cl2, CFCl3, and CCl4) as due to molecular-field effects, including singlet-triplet exchange. We present an approach to extract directly the 2p inner-shell electronic state populations from the experimental measurements. Using the angular properties of the measured KV emission we also are able to determine the value of the polarization anisotropy parameter βp for each resolved component of the KV emission spectra.
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Citation InformationRenaud Guillemin, Wayne C. Stolte, Loic Journel, Stephane Carniato, et al.. "Angular and dynamical properties in resonant inelastic x-ray scattering: Case study of chlorine-containing molecules" Physical Review A (2012) p. 1 - 9
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