(e,2e) studies on cadmium autoionizing resonances
We have measured (e,2e) energy spectra in cadmium in the 4d95s25p J = 1 autoionizing region. The incident electron energy was 150 eV and the momentum transfer was K≈0.2 a.u.. Differences in spectra taken at ejected-electron directions 180° apart were due to interference terms arising from coherent excitation of J = 1 and J = 0, 2 autoionizing levels and J = 0, 2 continua. Ab initio spectroscopic calculations were carried out which enabled the extraction of relative excitation magnitudes and phases from the experimental data. The results are compared with PWBA calculations.
Journal De Physique. IV : JP
Martin, N., Thompson, D., Bauman, R., & Wilson, M. (1993). (e,2e) studies on cadmium autoionizing resonances. Journal De Physique. IV : JP. Retrieved from https://ir.una.edu/phys_facpub/181