Calculated Vibrationally and Rotationally Resolved Photoelectron Spectra of H2
The photoionisation of molecular hydrogen is one of the most fundamental processes in molecular physics. Surprisingly, for such a seemingly simple process, there are a number of questions which, despite much experimental and theoretical work, remain unresolved. Some of these problems have been the subject of a recent review by Itikawa (1987). In the present work, ab initio calculations are presented for vibrationally and rotationally resolved spectra below the possible resonance region (Raseev 1985; Tennyson et al. 1986)at about 30eV.
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