Resonant x-ray, absorption of strong-field-ionized, CF Br
Department of Physics
We report on an experimental and theoretical study of strong-field laser ionization of CF3Br followed by resonant x-ray absorption at the Br K-edge. Distinct 1s → 4p, 5p Rydberg transitions of Br q+ (q = 1-4) atomic ions are observed and identified with Hartree-Fock-Slater and relativistic configuration interaction calculations. Time-dependent density functional theory and ab initio molecular dynamics calculations were performed to simulate the dissociative ionization process and the molecular orbitals for the q = 1-4 charge states. Measurements were made with both parallel and perpendicular linear polarizations of the laser and x-rays, but dichroism was not observed, indicating negligible alignment by the laser ionization process. This result is explained by calculations on atomic Br and the molecular simulation.
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Kr ssig, B.,
Resonant x-ray, absorption of strong-field-ionized, CF Br.
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics,
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