Many-Electron Effects in Photoionisation

  • M. Kutzner
Part of the Physics of Atoms and Molecules book series (PAMO)

Abstract

Photoionization is the process by which a photon of electromagnetic radiation is absorbed by a quantum system followed by the ejection of an electron. Such a transition from a well-defined initial state of the atom/molecule to various continuum states provides an excellent probe of atomic/molecular structure as well as a test for various theoretical models. Although satisfactmy results for photoionization parameters such as cross section, σ(ω), and photoelectron angular distribution asymmetry parameter, β(ω), are frequently obtained within the one-electron approximation, these parameters are often complicated by the presence of electron correlation. Photoionization phenomena which are outside the single-particle model include:
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    Interchannel coupling (where two distinct continuum channels interac)

     
  2. 2.

    Autoionization (resonances appearing in the photoionization cross section because of the degeneracy of bound-excited states with continuum photoionization channels)

     
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    Photoionization with excitation (one electron is ejected from the atom with the remaining ionic core left in an excited state)

     
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    Ground-state correlation (correlations occurring because of pair excitations in the ground state of the atom before the interaction with the radiation field)

     
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    Multiple photoionization (one photon ejects two or more photoelectrons)

     

Keywords

Europium Argon Cadmium Manganese Helium 

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  • M. Kutzner
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsAndrews UniversityBerrien SpringsUSA

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