photoionitation of H2


by djelovin
Tags: photoionitation
djelovin
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Mar12-13, 04:22 AM
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How come that in photoionitation of H2 molecule we have multiple (>2) ionization thresholds? Is there any good literature on this matter?
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Claude Bile
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Mar15-13, 09:09 AM
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Because electrons can occupy more than 1 state.

Each state has its own ionization threshold.

Claude.
djelovin
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Mar17-13, 03:36 PM
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Thanks tor answer Claude!

wglab
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Mar24-13, 07:34 PM
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photoionitation of H2


If you are referring to the multiple low energy ionization limits, they are due to the excitation of one electron to threshold, along with vibrational and/or rotational excitation of the resulting ion core.
djelovin
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Mar25-13, 04:31 AM
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In fact I was referring to doubly excited resonant states!


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