Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl

Drescher M, Irrgang R, Elizarov A, Böwering N, Heinzmann U (1995)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 75(16): 2936-2939.

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High resolution spectra of the angle-integrated photoelectron spin polarization, after excitation of HCl and DCl with circularly polarized laser radiation, reveal pronounced rotational autoionization structures. The data, interpreted in terms of Rydberg series converging to limits with different ionic angular momenta of the (2) Pi(1/2) fine structure component, clearly indicate a systematic dependence of the sign of the spin polarization on the rotation of the molecular ion core. Application of the current theoretical model leads to consequences for the angular momentum transfer in the autoionization process.
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Drescher M, Irrgang R, Elizarov A, Böwering N, Heinzmann U. Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 1995;75(16):2936-2939.
Drescher, M., Irrgang, R., Elizarov, A., Böwering, N., & Heinzmann, U. (1995). Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 75(16), 2936-2939.
Drescher, M., Irrgang, R., Elizarov, A., Böwering, N., and Heinzmann, U. (1995). Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 75, 2936-2939.
Drescher, M., et al., 1995. Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 75(16), p 2936-2939.
M. Drescher, et al., “Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 75, 1995, pp. 2936-2939.
Drescher, M., Irrgang, R., Elizarov, A., Böwering, N., Heinzmann, U.: Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 75, 2936-2939 (1995).
Drescher, Markus, Irrgang, R, Elizarov, A, Böwering, N, and Heinzmann, Ulrich. “Evidence for a molecule rotation-dependent spin-polarization transfer mechanism in the photon-induced autoionization of HCl and DCl”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 75.16 (1995): 2936-2939.
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