TITLE

A threshold photoelectron-photoion coincidence spectrometer with double velocity imaging using synchrotron radiation

AUTHOR(S)
Xiaofeng Tang; Xiaoguo Zhou; Mingli Niu; Shilin Liu; Jinda Sun; Xiaobin Shan; Fuyi Liu; Liusi Sheng
PUB. DATE
November 2009
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov2009, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p113101
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A novel threshold photoelectron-photoion coincidence (TPEPICO) imaging spectrometer at the U14-A beamline of the Hefei National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory is presented. A set of open electron and ion lenses are utilized to map velocity imaging of photoelectrons and photoions simultaneously, in which a repelling electric field using an extra lens is applied to magnify images of photoelectrons instead of traditional accelerating electric field in order to suppress the contribution of energetic electrons in the threshold photoelectron spectroscopy (TPES) and the mass-selected TPEPICO spectroscopy. The typical energy resolution of TPES is measured to be 9 meV (full width at half maximum), as shown on the 2P1/2 ionization of argon. The measured mass resolving power for the present TPEPICO imaging spectrometer is above 900 of M/ΔM. Subsequently as a benchmark, oxygen molecule is photoionized by monochromatic synchrotron radiation at 20.298 eV and dissociates to an oxygen atomic ion and a neutral oxygen atom, and the translation energy distribution of oxygen atomic ion is measured by the time-sliced imaging based on mass-selected TPEPICO experiment. The kinetic energy resolution of the present ion velocity imaging is better than 3% of ΔE/E.
ACCESSION #
45515544

 

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