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SPS Seminar - Using Electrons Impact Ionisations to Investigate Chemically and Physically Interesting Targets

Dates
Thursday, November 26, 2020 - 14:00 to 15:00

When:  Thursday 26th November at 14.00

Where:  Microsoft Teams - Online

Speaker:  Kate Nixon – LHCS - OU

Hosted by: Jimena Gorfinkiel/Andrew James


Abstract:


Electrons control the properties of matter. Measuring the motion of electrons (energy and momentum) within atoms and molecules can provide insights and explanations for why materials behave the way they do. (e,2e) experiments can be used to study the chemically interesting electronic structure of molecular targets as well as the physically interesting collision dynamics, depending of the experimental regime used. (e,2e) investigations using aligned atoms as a stepping-stone to more complex molecules will be presented, and future directions will be proposed.

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