Dipole and Nondipole Angular-Distribution Effects in the Valence Photoemission of Neon
Nondipole angular-distribution parameters γ and δ for neon 2s and 2p photoelectrons have been measured and are compared to all available theoretical data. The agreement is very good throughout the 150–1200 eV photon-energy range studied. Furthermore, the neon 2p dipole angular-distribution parameter β and the 2s to 2p cross-section ratio have been measured throughout the same photon-energy range. The agreement between theoretical data and experiment is excellent.
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Whitfield, S. B.,
Sellin, I. A.,
Lindle, D. W.
Dipole and Nondipole Angular-Distribution Effects in the Valence Photoemission of Neon.
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 123(2-3),