Resonant X-ray Raman scattering on molecules: a benchmark study on HCl
Resonant X-ray Raman scattering is a powerful tool to study molecular dynamics and subtle chemical effects like the molecular ﬁeld beyond vibrational and lifetime limitations. Using this technique in the tender X-ray region, gas phase HCl is studied as a benchmark molecule for other compounds like freons, which play an important role in physical–chemical properties of the ozone layer of atmosphere.
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics | Physical Chemistry
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Stolte, W. C.,
Lindle, D. W.,
Resonant X-ray Raman scattering on molecules: a benchmark study on HCl.
ICESS 11, Nara, Japan, Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 181