Slow photoelectron imaging
Phys. Rev. Lett. , Volume 85 p. 4024- 4027
Experiments are reported on the detection of slow photoelectrons resulting from the photoionization of Xe atoms in a dc electric field by electron imaging. In the far-field photoelectron velocity distributions we can distinguish between direct and indirect ionization processes (involving long range Coulomb interactions with the Xe+ ion). Also, a new modulation of the velocity distribution is observed which cannot be explained by previously discussed mechanisms. Classical and quantum mechanical calculations are presented to support the interpretations.
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Nicole, C, Sluimer, I, Rosca-Pruna, F, Warntjes, M, Vrakking, M. J. J, Bordas, C, … Robicheaux, F. (2000). Slow photoelectron imaging. Phys.Rev.Lett., 85, 4024–4027.