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Theoretical and experimental study of the angular correlations in Auger cascades in noble gas atoms

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Kabachnik,  Nikolai M.
Molecular Physics, Fritz Haber Institute, Max Planck Society;

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Kabachnik, N. M., & Ueda, K. (2004). Theoretical and experimental study of the angular correlations in Auger cascades in noble gas atoms. Physica Scripta, T 110, 73-78.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-0DEF-5
Abstract
An overview of recent experimental and theoretical studies of angular correlations in cascades of Auger transitions photoinduced in rare-gas atoms is given. In particular, the resonant Auger transitions from the photoexcited Ne 1s-13p, Ar 2p-14s, Kr 3d-15p, and Xe 4d-16p states to the states of ns-2n' l' and ns-1np-1n' l' configurations with a following Auger (Coster�Kronig) transition have been studied by means of angle-resolved electron spectroscopy including coincidence measurements of two emitted electrons. A theoretical interpretation of experimental results is given in the framework of the MCDF approach. In general the multi-configuration calculations agree very well with experiment.