An unusual π* shape resonance in the near-threshold photoionization of S₁ para-difluorobenzene
Previously reported dramatic changes in photoelectron angular distributions (PADs) as a function of photoelectron kinetic energy following the ionization of S₁p-difluorobenzene are shown to be explained by a shape resonance in the b₂g symmetry continuum. The characteristics of this resonance are clearly demonstrated by a theoretical multiple-scattering treatment of the photoionization dynamics. New experimental data are presented which demonstrate an apparent insensitivity of the PADs to both...[Show more]
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