Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory

Heinzmann U (1980)
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 13(22): 4367-4381.

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Using the results on spin polarisation of photoelectrons reported in the previous paper the bound-free dipole matrix elements and the phase differences of the continuum wavefunctions have been determined. The comparison of these data with results obtained by other authors in the discrete spectral range of xenon shows excellent agreement at the photoionisation threshold. This agreement is experimental evidence for the validity of the multichannel quantum defect theory.
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Heinzmann U. Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. 1980;13(22):4367-4381.
Heinzmann, U. (1980). Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 13(22), 4367-4381.
Heinzmann, U. (1980). Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 13, 4367-4381.
Heinzmann, U., 1980. Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 13(22), p 4367-4381.
U. Heinzmann, “Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory”, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, vol. 13, 1980, pp. 4367-4381.
Heinzmann, U.: Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. 13, 4367-4381 (1980).
Heinzmann, Ulrich. “Experimental determination of the phase differences of continuum wavefunctions describing the photoionisation process of xenon atoms. II. Evaluation of the matrix elements and the phase differences and their comparison with data in the discrete spectral range in application of the multichannel quantum defect theory”. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 13.22 (1980): 4367-4381.
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