Time-resolved Auger electron spectroscopy (TR-AES)

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  • On 14 July 2022
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Modeling processes involving the promotion of an electrons to the continuum can be extremely challenging, since the asymptotic behavior of the continuum wave function is poorly described within correlated methods based on quadratically integrable finite basis sets (L2 basis sets), commonly used for bound states. Yet, beside an accurate description of the electron in the […]
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Anisotropy of the molecular potential in the recoil frame

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  • On 17 March 2022
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Photoionisation time delays carry structural and dynamical information on the target system, including electronic correlation effects in atoms and molecules and electron transport properties at interfaces. In molecules, the electrostatic potential experienced by an outgoing electron depends on the emission direction, which should thus lead to anisotropic time delays. To isolate this effect, information on […]
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Direct observation of electronic motion in complex molecules

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  • On 4 February 2022
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Scientists from the Max Planck Institute Stuttgart, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and the IMDEA Nanoscience Institute have realized the first observation of electronic motion in real time and space. This advance represents the first step for the direct study of electronic dynamics in complex molecular systems without having to resort to complex image reconstruction […]
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Revealing Ultrafast Population Transfer between Nearly Degenerate Electronic States

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  • On 29 November 2021
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Heim, P; Mai, S; Thaler, B; Cesnik, S; Avagliano, D; Bella-Velidou, D; Ernst, WE; Gonzalez, L; Koch, M J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 11, 1443 (2020) The response of a molecule to photoexcitation is governed by the coupling of its electronic states. However, if the energetic spacing between the electronically excited states at the Franck−Condon window […]
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