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Probing molecular bond-length using molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions.

  • Author(s): Fukuzawa, Hironobu;
  • Lucchese, Robert R;
  • Liu, Xiao-Jing;
  • Sakai, Kentaro;
  • Iwayama, Hiroshi;
  • Nagaya, Kiyonobu;
  • Kreidi, Katharina;
  • Schöffler, Markus S;
  • Harries, James R;
  • Tamenori, Yusuke;
  • Morishita, Yuichiro;
  • Suzuki, Isao H;
  • Saito, Norio;
  • Ueda, Kiyoshi
  • et al.

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The molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions (MFPADs) in O 1s photoemission from CO2 molecule were measured. Patterns due to photoelectron diffractions were observed in the MFPADs. The polarization-averaged MFPADs were compared with theoretical calculation and were found to be useful in determining the molecular bond-length, which is a component to determine molecular structures.

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