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By J. W. McGowan

ISBN-10: 0470142642

ISBN-13: 9780470142646

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However, the method is only suitable for scattering angles greater than a few degrees (as a result of the main electron beam) and is thus not suitable for direct optical oscillator-strength measurements. A different instrument has been developed by Geiger and co-workers,''3-"5 who have developed a method for derivingf(0) values at very high impact energies. IV. ". ''6 In this method the cross section is determined as a function of the momentum transfer and extrapolated to IK12=0. However, the method is somewhat tedious, and absolute determinations require some normalization procedure for the measured generalized oscillator strengths.

IO energy loss (eV) Figure 24. ,lMwho conclude that autoionization plays a significant role in the dissociative ionization of H, and its deuterated analogues. D. Nitrogen and Carbon Monoxide The isoelectronic molecules N, and CO are conveniently discussed together. Comprehensive investigations of N, and CO have been made using both the ( e - i ~ n )and ~ ~ (e,2e)'" methods to probe the broad spectral features of the oscillator-strength distributions for both ion formation and V. Experimental Measurements 55 production of the electronic states of the ions.

For fast electron impact, this energy loss is analogous to the photon energy in optical experiments (Section I). The energy loss is conveniently provided by a suitable programmable DC power supply that thus acts as a simple "analogue" of an optical monochromator. Furthermore, in electron impact a single spectrometer can cover an extremely wide spectral range as illustrated in Fig. 5 eV). Several optical spectrometers and light sources would be needed to cover the same range. Of course, at low energy (long wavelength) the attainable optical resolution would be far superior.

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