Photoelectron imaging spectrometry: Principle and inversion method

Bordas, C.; Paulig, F.; Helm, H.; Huestis, D.L.
June 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2257
Academic Journal
Reports on the use of a photoelectron spectrometer to analyze the energy and spatial distribution of photoelectrons produced by multiphoton ionization of rare gases. Projection of the expanding electron cloud resulting from the ionization process; Principle of the imaging spectrometer and relevant equations of motions of the charged particle in the device.


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