Complete description of linear molecule photoionization achieved by vector correlations using the light of a single circular polarization
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Using the (VA+, Ve, e) vector correlation method enables to perform a complete photoionization experiment involving ground-state molecules, using a single well-defined circular or elliptical polarization of the light. The method is illustrated by the example of photoionization of the NO(X2(c3Π)) ionic state corresponding to the excitation of the 4σ inner-valence shell for which all the complex dipole matrix elements are derived. The results are compared with the calculations performed using the multichannel Schwinger configuration interaction method (MCSCI).
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Lebech, M., Houver, J. C., Lafosse, A., Dowek, D., Alcaraz, C., Nahon, L., & Lucchese, R. R.