Research Papers in Physics and Astronomy

 

Date of this Version

October 1996

Comments

Published in Two-Center Effects in Ion–Atom Collisions: A Symposium in Honor of M. Eugene Rudd; Lincoln, NE May 1994, edited by Timothy J. Gay and Anthony F. Starace. AIP Conference Proceedings 362; American Institute of Physics, Woodbury, New York, 1996. Pages 274–280. Copyright © 1996 American Institute of Physics. Used by permission.

Abstract

Auger electron spectra and Auger yields of free argon clusm in the Ar(2p) excitation regime are reported. The Auger yield spectra show characteristic changes as a function of cluster size. The results indicate that the Auger yield signal originates primarily from the surface of the cluster. The results are compared to bulk-sensitive experimental techniques, such as total electron yields (TEY), zero kinetic energy electron (ZEKE) spectra for variable size clusters, as well as Auger yield spectra of condensed argon multilayers.



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