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Electrical Engineering, Measurement and Control Technology
We introduce a novel angle-resolving electron-spectrometer system for coincidence studies of gas-phase targets using the timing structure of synchrotron radiation. The experimental setup, mainly consisting of a cylindrical mirror analyzer with a position sensitive detector and an electron time-of-flight spectrometer is particularly useful in cases where low-kinetic-energy electrons are measured in coincidence with high-kinetic-energy electrons. The experimental method and corresponding electronics are discussed. As an example, we present argon LMM Auger electron spectra taken in coincidence with KL2,3L2,3 and KL1L2,3 Auger electrons after resonant 1s→4p photoexcitation. © 1999 American Institute of Physics.
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