Single photon double ionization of H2 by circularly polarized photons at a photon energy of 160 eV

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1140/epjst/e2009-00979-6
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TypeArticle
Journal titleThe European physical journal special topics
ISSN1951-6355
1951-6401
Volume169
Issue1
Pages109116; # of pages: 8
AbstractWe report on fully differential cross sections for double ionization of H2 by a single circularly polarized photon of 160 eV energy. For an unequal sharing of the energy between the two electrons and a particular geometry where the influence of electron/electron interaction is constant, we find a four-lobe structure in the molecular frame angular distribution of the faster electron. This structure is interpreted to be due to a coherent emission of the electron from the two atomic centers of the molecule. This Young-type interference pattern is lost for other geometries, where electron-electron interaction plays a major role. Furthermore, we show that the interference structure depends strongly on the internuclear distance.
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; Security and Disruptive Technologies
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