Zero electron kinetic energy spectroscopy of Au6-


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GANTEFÖR, Gerd, Donald M. COX, Andrew KALDOR, 1992. Zero electron kinetic energy spectroscopy of Au6-. In: Journal of Chemical Physics. 96(6), pp. 4102-4105. Available under: doi: 10.1063/1.461865

@article{Gantefor1992elect-9122, title={Zero electron kinetic energy spectroscopy of Au6-}, year={1992}, doi={10.1063/1.461865}, number={6}, volume={96}, journal={Journal of Chemical Physics}, pages={4102--4105}, author={Ganteför, Gerd and Cox, Donald M. and Kaldor, Andrew} }

Kaldor, Andrew Ganteför, Gerd application/pdf Zero electron kinetic energy (ZEKE) spectroscopy and photodetachment cross section measurements have been carried out on Au<sup> - </sup <sub>6</sub>. The transition frequencies of ZEKE peaks and resonance peaks are nearly identical, consistent with the proposal that the excited negative ion of Au6 has a geometry quite similar to that of neutral Au6, and supporting the picture of the resonances as weakly bound surface states.' From these studies the 0–0 transition frequency between Au<sup> - </sup><sub>6</sub> and Au6 is measured to be 16 541±17 cm&#8722;1, and the vibrational frequencies for the neutral Au6 ground state, the Au<sup> - </sup><sub>6</sub> ground state, and the (Au<sup> - </sup><sub>6</sub>)* anion excited electronic state are 107, 73, and 107 cm&#8722;1, respectively. Lastly, we observe evidence for a previously unreported resonance transition to the excited anion which we suggest is the 0–0 transition of Au<sup> - </sup><sub>6</sub> to (Au<sup> - </sup><sub>6</sub>)*. The Journal of Chemical Physics is copyrighted by The American Institute of Physics. Kaldor, Andrew Zero electron kinetic energy spectroscopy of Au6- First publ. in: Journal of Chemical Physics 96 (1992), 6, pp. 4102-4105 Cox, Donald M. eng 2011-03-24T17:53:47Z 2011-03-24T17:53:47Z Ganteför, Gerd Cox, Donald M. terms-of-use 1992

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