Author

Farhat

Date of Award

8-1994

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Physics

First Advisor

Dr. Nora Berrah

Second Advisor

Dr. Michitoshi Soga

Third Advisor

Dr. Emanuel Kamber

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

High-resolution photoelectron spectra of the nd, Rydberg satellites in krypton have been measured for the first time for six different angles and for photon energies between 68.5 and 250 eV. The relative intensities of these satellites with respect to the 4s and 4p main lines are in very good accord with the most recent measurements of Krause et al. (1992) at 68.5 eV. They also confirm that the theoretical predictions for the relative intensity of these satellites are too high. We determine the ratios for nd satellites with respect to the 4s and 4p main lines, and extract the angular distribution parameter β. Our results generally confirm the predictions taken from the latest theoretical interpretations.

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