Electron-impact excitation of autoionizing states in xenon

Mathur, Deepak ; Frost, David C. (1981) Electron-impact excitation of autoionizing states in xenon The Journal of Chemical Physics, 75 (11). pp. 5381-5384. ISSN 0021-9606

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High-sensitivity single-ionization efficiency functions of Xe have been measured using a computer-controlled beam of electrons monoenergetic to ∃ 45 meV FWHM. Well-defined structure detected in the energy range 12.2-13.5 eV is attributed to the excitation of neutral Xe Rydberg states converging on XE+(2P1/2) followed by autoionization. Some of the structure appears to correspond to parity forbidden s-p' transitions. A sharp increase in ionization is observed at the 2P1/2 threshold.

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Keywords:Electron-Atom Collisions; Xenon; Autionization; Excitation; EV Range 10-100
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