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The difference between f(0) values for absorption and ionization gives the oscjllator-strength curve for discrete excitation shown in Fig. 23. 86. Slight variations occur for HD and D, because of differences in Franck-Condon factors. The oscillator-strength distributionsla for H: and Hf are shown in Fig. '69 The H + spectrum shows considerable structure in the regions of T LXlO - 3- 2 I 0I0 15 energy loss (eV) Figure 23. iO energy loss (eV) Figure 24. ,lMwho conclude that autoionization plays a significant role in the dissociative ionization of H, and its deuterated analogues.

4 ~ 250 3w 350 400 1110'- PI - Figure 17. Z (1963) L-% lo3,0 50 too 150 200 , * 250 , 300 1 350 LOO 7 I energy loss (eV) Figure 18. Photoabsorption spectrum of argon comparing (e, ion) coincidence data’49with optical w ~ r k . ” ~ - ’ ” 2 ’5 2s2 . 1 - 0 - J. 0 . I . 1 50 LO energy loss (eV) - ’6.. 66 I 2s2p this work $ - ____ Silverman and Lassettre V theory Bell and Kingston I ;’P Figure 19. Derivative to K 2 (au) of generalized osicllator strength at K = O : 0, (e, ion) c~incidence;~’ 0, from extrapolation of data by Silverman and L a ~ s e t t r e .

In the case of lower impact energies in forward scattering and for ejected electron analyzers used in photoelectron as well as electron-impact spectroscopy, the larger changes in voltage ratios at the analyzer input result in transmission variations (with electron energy) that may not be readily corrected with zoom lenses (this is particularly true where slits are 6rld- 0. ++ t’ ++ t t, 0.. + .. t 4 *‘C ++ i .. P. used and also for cylindrical mirror analyzers that require conical geometry).

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