Energy dependent relative cross sections in carbon 1s photoionization

M. Schulz, A. Hasan, B. Lamichhane, T. Arthanayaka, M. Dhital, S. Bastola, D. Céolin, C. Nicolas, T. Marchenko, G. Goldsztejn, L. Journel, R. Guillemin, T. X. Carroll, K. J. Børve, P. Decleva, J. J. Rehr, N. Mårtensson, M. Simon, S. Svensson, L. J. Sæthre

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Synopsis We demonstrate that the possibility of monitoring relative photoionization cross sections over a large photon energy range extending to hard x-rays allows studying and disentangling shake processes and intramolecular inelastic scattering effects. An “EXAFS”-type of oscillatory behaviour of the relative C 1s cross sections is observed in a wide photon energy range up to 1 keV due to multiple intramolecular elastic scattering of the photoelectron. These effects are also present in solids and constitute a significant part of all elastic and inelastic scattering effects occurring in solids.

Original languageEnglish
Article number152050
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number15
Publication statusPublished - Jun 11 2020

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Physics and Astronomy


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