Document Type

Article

Publication Date

6-2004

Publication Title

Physical review letters

Publisher

American Physical Society

Volume

92

Issue

22

First page number:

223002-1

Last page number:

223002-4

Abstract

A new phenomenon sensitive only to next-door-neighbor atoms in isolated molecules is demonstrated using angle-resolved photoemission of site-selective core electrons. Evidence for this interatomic core-to-core electron interaction is observable only by measuring nondipolar angular distributions of photoelectrons. In essence, the phenomenon acts as a very fine atomic-scale sensor of nearest-neighbor elemental identity.

Keywords

Angular distribution (Nuclear physics); Conduction electrons; Nuclear physics; Photoelectron spectroscopy; Photoionization

Disciplines

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

Language

English

Permissions

Copyright American Physical Society. Used with permission.

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