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Strongly anisotropic, polarized Cl K-V x-ray emission from gas-phase CF3Cl has been observed following resonant excitation with a linearly polarized x-ray beam. Distinctively different angular distributions are observed for x-ray emission involving molecular orbitals of different symmetries. A classical model of the x-ray absorption-emission process accurately describes the observed radiation patterns.
Anisotropy; Chlorofluorocarbons; Molecular orbitals; X-rays — Polarization
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Southworth, S. H.,
Lindle, D. W.,
Cowan, P. L.
Anisotropy of Polarized X-ray Emission from Molecules.
Physical Review Letters, 67(9),
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