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High-Resolution Translational Energy Spectrometry of Molecular Ions

  • M. Hamdan
  • A. G. Brenton
Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 54)

Abstract

Over the last twenty years, the technique of translational energy spectrometry (TES) has yielded considerable information on electronic transitions, excited electronic states and minimum lifetimes of a variety of singly and multiply charged atomic and molecular ions [6.1–7, 16–20]. Despite its inherent lack of energy resolution, compared with optical spectroscopic techniques, TES possesses a number of advantages. Firstly, the spectra of multiply charged ions may be acquired with almost the same sensitivity and resolution as that of singly charged ions. Secondly, due to the nature of the excitation process, the change in the orbital angular momentum accompanying the observed transitions is not necessarily restricated to 0, ± 1 ; therefore, intercombinations such as Δ ↔ Σ may be observed. Thirdly, this technique is inherently free from the problems of low detection efficiency and poor spectral transmission.

Keywords

Electronic State Ground Electronic State Potential Energy Curve Translational Energy Auger Spectroscopy 
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