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PhysRevA.84.025404 100%

In these regions the neutral Rydberg states converging to the 2 P1/2 ion state affect both the ionization cross section and the asymmetry parameter of the photoelectron angular distribution, which both display Fano line shapes.


PhysRevA.84.023804 92%

The square of the full width at half maximum of a photoelectron energy spectrum (PES) linearly depends on the laser intensity.


PhysRevA.84.025401 (1) 72%

In the long-wavelength, high-intensity limit, the ATI photoelectron spectrum is characterized by a few basic features, for example, a rapid decay of the electron counts with the increase of electron energy in the low-energy part, a high-energy plateau which is followed by a well-defined cutoff, and prominent “side lobes” in the angular distribution of high-energy electrons (for a review, see, e.g., Ref.


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The combination of CO2* and H* is the most straightforward approach and has been used in various experimental studies.67,70,72-75 Although the direct formation mechanism for HCOO* from CO2* and H* seems likely, there is evidence that the reaction proceeds via a carbonate (CO3*) intermediate.58,72,85-87 Indeed, it has been shown using a combination of polarization modulation infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (PM-IRRAS), electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), temperature programmed desorption (TPD), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and DFT that on Cu deposited on Pt(111) CO2 dissociates into CO* and O*, then a facile reaction between CO2* and O* results in the formation of a CO3* species adsorbed on step sites.88 The presence of CO3* is primarily observed on stepped or rough surfaces or flat surfaces with preadsorbed oxygen,59,72,85,86,88,89 while clean, single-crystal surfaces of Cu(110),90,91 Cu(100),92 and Cu(111)93 have been shown to be unreactive upon adsorption of CO2.