Multiple Excitation in Free Molecules
This lecture will be the only one in the book that will deal specifically with free molecules. It thus faces the problem of covering in a relatively short space a subject that is more complex than the corresponding one on atomic systems, and whose literature, in the case of certain experimental investigations, is more extensive. However, by making a limited selection of material, and by covering some material superficially, we should be able to obtain an overview and flavor of multiple electron excitation in molecules.
KeywordsPhotoelectron Spectrum Configuration Interaction Free Molecule Satellite Structure Auger Spectrum
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