Document Type

Article

Abstract

Second-order [ O(k2), k = ω/c] nondipole effects in soft-x-ray photoemission are demonstrated via an experimental and a theoretical study of angular distributions of neon valence photoelectrons in the 100–1200 eV photon-energy range. A newly derived theoretical expression for nondipolar angular distributions characterizes the second-order effects using four new parameters with primary contributions from pure-quadrupole and octupole-dipole interference terms. Independent-particle calculations of these parameters account for a significant portion of the existing discrepancy between experiment and theory for Ne 2p first-order nondipole parameters.

Disciplines

Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics | Inorganic Chemistry | Physical Chemistry

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Advanced Light Source Compendium of User Abstracts and Technical Reports 1999, August 2000

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