By J. W. McGowan
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These effects can be considerable, as is shown in Fig. 3, which shows the transmission curve obtained& for a 127" analyzer with a simple doubleaperture retarding system. The transmission factor varies by at least an order of magnitude over a few volts. It should be noted that the exact form of the curve will depend not only on the particular geometry, but also on the pass energy of the electron spectrometer. Although transmission effects can be accounted for more readily by scanning the analyzer electric field while allowing the electrons to enter on a field free path, this mode of operation is not usually convenient since it results in a changing energy resolution ( A E / E is constant rather than A E ) over the spectrum.
31using the improved electron-ion coincidence m a ~ h i n e ~ ~ . ~ ' at the FOM institute in Amsterdam have studied further important aspects of the ionization of helium by fast electrons. The forward scattering energy-loss spectrum (noncoincident) was measured at two small angles (and thus at two values of IKI2, thus allowing estimation of thef("(0) term in the expansion of the generalized oscillator strength [equation (11:34)]). The result which is in excellent agreement with theory,Im is shown in Fig.
These data can be used at other angles if the /3 dependence is included. 2. Gardner et aL8’ have recently described how analyzer transmission can be measured using a different method also based on photoelectron spectroscopy. In this work photoelectron ejection from a rare gas was studied using a calibrated photon source at a series of wavelengths. In combination with measurements of the total photoabsorption, the results can be used to derive a transmission function. 7” was used thus assuring independence from the asymmetry parameter /3 (which is known at very few energies for molecules and hence where possible PES should be run at the “magic” angle).
Advances in Chemical Physics: The Excited State in Chemical Physics, Part II, Volume 45 by J. W. McGowan