Two-color photoionization spectroscopy of jet-cooled nickelocene View Full Text


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DATE

2004-08

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S. Yu. Ketkov, H. L. Selzle, E. W. Schlag, S. N. Titova, L. V. Kalakutskaya

ABSTRACT

Two-photon ionization of the nickelocene molecules cooled in a supersonic jet was performed for the first time by simultaneous excitation of (η5−C5H5)2Ni with two tunable nano- second dye lasers. The one-photon transition from the HOMO to the Rydberg R4p level was used as the initial step of the multiphoton excitation. In a one-color experiment, the conditions were found for generation of the intact molecular ion, (η5−C5H5)2Ni+, as the only ionic product of the multiphoton ionization. The use of an intense pulse of the second dye laser lead to an increase in the yield of the molecular ion. More... »

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1667-1669

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