A Consistent Quantitative Interpretation of the Auger Lineshapes of Carbon in Molecules and Solids.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV WASHINGTON D C DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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In this work we have theoretically interpreted the C KVV Auger lineshapes for benzene and cyclohexane in a procedure consistent with that used previously for graphite and diamond. The one-electron density of states are obtained empirically and localization effects are included within the Cini-Sawatzky model. The empirically determined final state hole-hole repulsions are seen to be very similiar to those obtained for the corresponding solids. Keywords Auger spectroscopy, Graphite, Benzene, Diamond, Cyclohexane.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy