Relaxation and Polarization Effects in Valence Photodetachment of the Negative Fluoride and Bromide Ions
The photodetachment cross sections, branching ratios, and angular-distribution asymmetry parameters have been calculated for F- and Br- in the relativistic random-phase approximation (RRPA) and modifications of the RRPA that allow for the inclusion of relaxation and core-polarization effects. Photodetachment cross sections are compared with experimental measurements to assess the effectiveness of the various approximations. The effects of core polarization are found to partially cancel relaxation effects. ©2001 The American Physical Society.
Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
Robertson, J. A.; Kutzner, Mickey; and Pelley, P., "Relaxation and Polarization Effects in Valence Photodetachment of the Negative Fluoride and Bromide Ions" (2001). Faculty Publications. 2183.