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Ion time-of-flight mass spectroscopy was used to study the relaxation dynamics of HCl following photoexcitation in the vicinity of the Cl K threshold (~2.8 keV). Detailed observations of molecular fragmentation mediated by postcollision interaction between a photoelectron and an Auger electron are presented, evidenced by the recapture of Cl K photoelectrons by either Cln+ or H+ dissociation fragments. [S1050-2947(98)51206-1]

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