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10 ZEKE spectroscopy: Into the new millennium

10 ZEKE spectroscopy: Into the new millennium ZEKE spectroscopy: Into the new millennium Ralph C. Shiell *a and Timothy G. Wright *b Sussex Centre for Optical and Atomic Physics (SCOAP), School of Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, UK BN1 9QJ. E-mail: R.Shiell@sussex.ac.uk; Fax: 44 1273 677196; Tel: 44 1273 678712 b Spectroscopy of Complexes and Radicals (SOCAR) Group, School of Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, UK BN1 9QJ. E-mail: T.G.Wright@sussex.ac.uk; Fax: 44 1273 677196; Tel: 44 1273 678113 Introduction Four years ago, a review of zero electron kinetic energy (ZEKE) spectroscopy appeared in these volumes;1 it described the technique from its inception in 1984 2,3 through to the status at that time. In 1998 the field was developing quickly, with a wide range of molecules being studied, and new variants on the ZEKE technique being developed. It is our pleasant task to review the work done in the intervening four years, and to bring the reader up to date in this exciting area. We emphasise that we shall not cover every paper in this area, but will select examples from the available literature: naturally, this selection will be biased by our own interests, as well http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry) Royal Society of Chemistry

10 ZEKE spectroscopy: Into the new millennium

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Royal Society of Chemistry
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0260-1826
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ZEKE spectroscopy: Into the new millennium Ralph C. Shiell *a and Timothy G. Wright *b Sussex Centre for Optical and Atomic Physics (SCOAP), School of Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, UK BN1 9QJ. E-mail: R.Shiell@sussex.ac.uk; Fax: 44 1273 677196; Tel: 44 1273 678712 b Spectroscopy of Complexes and Radicals (SOCAR) Group, School of Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, UK BN1 9QJ. E-mail: T.G.Wright@sussex.ac.uk; Fax: 44 1273 677196; Tel: 44 1273 678113 Introduction Four years ago, a review of zero electron kinetic energy (ZEKE) spectroscopy appeared in these volumes;1 it described the technique from its inception in 1984 2,3 through to the status at that time. In 1998 the field was developing quickly, with a wide range of molecules being studied, and new variants on the ZEKE technique being developed. It is our pleasant task to review the work done in the intervening four years, and to bring the reader up to date in this exciting area. We emphasise that we shall not cover every paper in this area, but will select examples from the available literature: naturally, this selection will be biased by our own interests, as well

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Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry)Royal Society of Chemistry

Published: Jul 8, 2002

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