Physical Review A
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Partial-anion and- cation yields from H2O are presented for photon energies near the oxygen K edge. The O- yield exhibits a feature above threshold attributed to doubly excited states, in contrast to the H- and cation yields, which are nearly featureless above threshold. Additionally, the lack of the OH- fragment indicates radiative decay and provides a negligible amount of anion formation.
Anions; Cations; Electronic excitation; Fragmentation reactions; Water
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Stolte, Wayne C., M. M. Sant’Anna, G. Ohrwall, I. Dominguez-Lopez, M. N. Piancastelli, and Dennis W. Lindle. "Photofragmentation dynamics of core-excited water by anion-yield spectroscopy." Physical Review A (2003).
Stolte, W. C.,
Sant'Anna, M. M.,
Piancastelli, M. N.,
Lindle, D. W.
Photofragmentation Dynamics of Core-excited Water by Anion-yield Spectroscopy.
Physical Review A, 68(022701),