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Photoelectron spectroscopy without photoelectrons: Twenty years of ZEKE spectroscopy

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JournalChemical Society Reviews
DatePublished - Nov 2005
Issue number11
Volume34
Number of pages14
Pages (from-to)935-948
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Zero Kinetic Energy (ZEKE) spectroscopy, originally developed as a high resolution form of photoelectron spectroscopy, promised a means to the unambiguous determination of ionic (ro)vibrational states. Since its original development, it has spawned numerous methodological offshoots and has become one of the default methods of choice for high resolution spectroscopy of the ion. This tutorial review describes the historical development of the method, provides some insight into how it works and assesses the impact of the technique by reviewing some of the highlights of the past 20 years as well as some of the more recent developments and applications.

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  • KINETIC-ENERGY SPECTROSCOPY, TRANS ROTATIONAL ISOMERS, HIGH RYDBERG STATES, FIELD-IONIZATION, THRESHOLD, PHOTOIONIZATION, MOLECULES, COMPLEX, CATION, RESOLUTION

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