Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−: A giant Feshbach resonance

Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−: A giant Feshbach resonance Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−([Ar]3d94s2) leading to Ni+,Ni2+, and Ni3+ ion production was studied near and above the 3p excitation region, in the 60–90 eV photon energy range, using a merged ion-photon beam technique. The absolute photodetachment cross section of Ni− leading to Ni+ ion production was measured. The 3p→3d photoexcitation in Ni− gives rise to a giant Feshbach resonance. In the near-threshold region, a Fano profile, modified by a Wigner s-wave (l=0) threshold law, accurately fits the Ni− single-photodetachment cross section. A lower-order R-matrix calculation shows overall agreement with essential features of the experimental data, confirming the nature of the strong, asymmetric Fano profile of the giant 3p→3d photoexcitation-autodetachment resonance in Ni−. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review A American Physical Society (APS)

Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−: A giant Feshbach resonance

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Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−: A giant Feshbach resonance

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Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−([Ar]3d94s2) leading to Ni+,Ni2+, and Ni3+ ion production was studied near and above the 3p excitation region, in the 60–90 eV photon energy range, using a merged ion-photon beam technique. The absolute photodetachment cross section of Ni− leading to Ni+ ion production was measured. The 3p→3d photoexcitation in Ni− gives rise to a giant Feshbach resonance. In the near-threshold region, a Fano profile, modified by a Wigner s-wave (l=0) threshold law, accurately fits the Ni− single-photodetachment cross section. A lower-order R-matrix calculation shows overall agreement with essential features of the experimental data, confirming the nature of the strong, asymmetric Fano profile of the giant 3p→3d photoexcitation-autodetachment resonance in Ni−.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1050-2947
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1094-1622
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10.1103/PhysRevA.96.023405
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Abstract

Inner-shell photodetachment from Ni−([Ar]3d94s2) leading to Ni+,Ni2+, and Ni3+ ion production was studied near and above the 3p excitation region, in the 60–90 eV photon energy range, using a merged ion-photon beam technique. The absolute photodetachment cross section of Ni− leading to Ni+ ion production was measured. The 3p→3d photoexcitation in Ni− gives rise to a giant Feshbach resonance. In the near-threshold region, a Fano profile, modified by a Wigner s-wave (l=0) threshold law, accurately fits the Ni− single-photodetachment cross section. A lower-order R-matrix calculation shows overall agreement with essential features of the experimental data, confirming the nature of the strong, asymmetric Fano profile of the giant 3p→3d photoexcitation-autodetachment resonance in Ni−.

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Physical Review AAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Aug 2, 2017

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