Equal energy-sharing double photoionization of helium from near-threshold to high energies
The symmetric amplitude of the helium equal energy-sharing double photoionization (DPI) was calculated ab initio on a broad range of energies. Generation of equal energy-sharing triple differential cross sections (TDCS) for arbitrary geometry and polarization of the photons were allowed. This generation determines the Gaussian magnitude and width parameters.
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