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Title: Interferences in Photodetached Electron Spectra from a Linear Tetra-Atomic Negative Ion
Authors: Rahman, A.
Ahmad, Iftikhar
Afaq, A.
Haneef, M.
Keywords: Natural Science
Photodetached Electron Spectra
Linear Tetra-Atomic
Negative Ion
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Publisher: Chinese Physical Society and IOP Publishing Ltd
Abstract: Photo-detached electron spectra from a hypothetical linear tetra-atomic negative ion is obtained. A plane polarized laser parallel to the axis of the molecular ion is used to knock off the loosely bound electron. The spectrum of the detached-electron flux shows strong interference peaks, while the number of peaks increases with the increase in the photon energy. Strong oscillations are also observed in the total photodetachment cross section spectrum. The frequency of the oscillations increases with the increase in the distance between the successive atoms d in the linear chain. These quantum interference effects vanish for very large d or very high photon energy.
URI: http://173.208.131.244:9060/xmlui/handle/123456789/1984
ISSN: 28 063301
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