Coriolis interaction and the division of energy between vibrational and rotational excitation induced by photoelectron recoil Public Deposited

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  • The effect of the Coriolis interaction upon the sharing of energy between rotational and vibrational excitation during an electronic transition is considered with particular emphasis on recoil-induced excitation during photoionization. If there is a large change in equilibrium bond length upon ionization, then Coriolis coupling leads to a significant transfer of energy between rotational and vibrational excitation. Experimental results for valence ionization of N₂ and CO and for carbon 1s ionization of CO show evidence of this effect.
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  • Thomas, T. D. (2014). Coriolis interaction and the division of energy between vibrational and rotational excitation induced by photoelectron recoil. Physical Review A, 90(5), 052504. doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.90.052504
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