Photon, Electron and Secondary Ion Emission from Single C(60) keV Impacts.
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This paper presents the first observation of coincidental emission of photons, electrons and secondary ions from individual C(60) keV impacts. An increase in photon, electron and secondary ion yields is observed as a function of C(60) projectile energy. The effect of target structure/composition on photon and electron emissions at the nanometer level is shown for a CsI target. The time-resolved photon emission may be characterized by a fast component emission in the UV-Vis range with a short decay time, while the electron and secondary ion emission follow a Poisson distribution.
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Fernandez-Lima, F. A., Eller, M. J., Verkhoturov, S. V., Della-Negra, S., & Schweikert, E. A.
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Fernandez-Lima, FA||Eller, MJ||Verkhoturov, SV||Della-Negra, S||Schweikert, EA