Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect

Heinzmann U, Kessler J, Lorenz J (1970)
Physical review letters 25(19): 1325.

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The spin polarization of photoelectrons emitted by unpolarized cesium atoms exposed to circularly polarized light has been measured at wavelengths between 2300 and 3200 A. At certain wavelengths 100% polarization has been obtained. Slight deviations from theory have been observed.
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Heinzmann U, Kessler J, Lorenz J. Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect. Physical review letters. 1970;25(19):1325.
Heinzmann, U., Kessler, J., & Lorenz, J. (1970). Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect. Physical review letters, 25(19), 1325. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.25.1325
Heinzmann, U., Kessler, J., and Lorenz, J. (1970). Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect. Physical review letters 25, 1325.
Heinzmann, U., Kessler, J., & Lorenz, J., 1970. Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect. Physical review letters, 25(19), p 1325.
U. Heinzmann, J. Kessler, and J. Lorenz, “Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect”, Physical review letters, vol. 25, 1970, pp. 1325.
Heinzmann, U., Kessler, J., Lorenz, J.: Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect. Physical review letters. 25, 1325 (1970).
Heinzmann, Ulrich, Kessler, J., and Lorenz, J. “Wavelength Dependence of the Fano Effect”. Physical review letters 25.19 (1970): 1325.
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