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The excited state is, in general, an open-shell system, and +m must be coupled correctly to the remaining orbitals. This coupling is straightforward for transition to non-Rydberg-like orbitals, but for highly excited Rydberg levels coupling the angular momentum correctly is a source of some difficulties, as Veldre et al. 39 In the case of ionization, especially from open-shell ground states, additional selection rules, based on fractional parentage coefficients, must be included. 40 2. 2) is that must be orthogonal to If they are not initially orthogonal, they must be Schmidt orthogonalized in the normal way.
4eV) it is necessary to monochromate the incident electron beam. A schematic representation of the typical requirements for a high-resolution electron-impact energy-loss spectrometer is shown in Fig. 4. O eV depending on the cathode material, temperature, and gun design. For spectroscopy in which only modest resolution is needed, the incident unmonochromated beam may be used directly in the collision chamber. However, if information is required for more closely spaced electronic or vibrational states, an energy analyzer is needed to function as a monochromator to select a suitably narrow slice from the distribution.
7” was used thus assuring independence from the asymmetry parameter /3 (which is known at very few energies for molecules and hence where possible PES should be run at the “magic” angle). The method of Gardner et aL8’ is not easily carried out in routine situations because of the difficulty of photon-flux measurement. 3. Secondary-electron yield measurements from electron-impact ionization have been used. Opal et aLa2 and Oda” have reported secondary-electron yields for a number of gases at variety of electron-impact energies (500-2000 ev) and over a wide range of scattering angles.
Advances in Chemical Physics: The Excited State in Chemical Physics, Part II, Volume 45 by J. W. McGowan