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Abstract

Rotationally resolved photoelectron spectra can provide significant insight into the underlying dynamics of molecular photoionization. Here, we discuss and compare results of recent theoretical studies of rotationally resolved photoelectron spectra with measurements for molecules such as HBr, OH, NO, N, CO, H0, HCO, and CH. These studies reveal the rich dynamics of quantum-state-specific studies of molecular photoionization and provide a robust description of key spectral features resulting from Cooper minima, autoionization, alignment, partial-wave mixing, and interference in related experimental studies.

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1995-10-01
2024-04-17
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