Photoelectron spectroscopy measurements and theoretical calculations of the lowest doubly hollow lithium state
Diehl, S. and Cubaynes, D. and Chung, K. and Wuilleumier, F. and Kennedy, Eugene T. and Bizau, J.-M. and Journel, L. and Blancard, C. and VoKy, L. and Faucher, P. and Hibbert, A. and Berrah, N. and Morgan, T. and Bozek, J. and Schlachter, A. (1997) Photoelectron spectroscopy measurements and theoretical calculations of the lowest doubly hollow lithium state. Physical Review A, 56 (2). R1071-R1074. ISSN 1050-2947
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We have measured, using electron spectroscopy, the lowest-energy doubly hollow lithium triply excited (3l3l′3l″) 2P state. Energies, widths, and partial cross sections have been measured and calculated using the saddle-point technique and the R-matrix approximation. Our results show good agreement between experimental and theoretical data for the energy and the width of the doubly hollow state.
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