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|Title:||Relativistic and interchannel coupling effects in photoionization angular distributions by synchrotron spectrocopy of laser cooled atoms|
|Author:||Coutinho, L. H.|
Cavasso-Filho, R. L.
Rocha, T. C. R.
Homem, M. G. P.
Figueira, D. S. L.
Fonseca, P. T.
Cruz, F. C.
Brito, A. Naves de
|Abstract:||We investigate the angular distribution of photoionization fragments at low photon energies (12-40 eV) in an open shell atom, by synchrotron radiation recoil ion momentum spectroscopy in a laser cooled and trapped sample. For cesium atoms, for which relativistic effects play an important role and the ion recoil is relatively small, we could determine large and rapid changes of the asymmetry parameter beta from two, observed for s electrons outside resonances and far from the Cooper minimum. They can be explained by relativistic effects and interchannel coupling arising from final state configuration mixing.|
Resfriamento a laser
|Editor:||American Physical Society|
|Citation:||Physical Review Letters. American Physical Soc, v. 93, n. 18, 2004.|
|Appears in Collections:||IFGW - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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