Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay

T. Mukoyama, Kazuo Taniguchi, Hirohiko Adachi

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Abstract

The Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios by photoionization and electron-capture by the use of the discrete-variational Xα (DV-Xα) molecular orbital method. The calculated results indicate that the Kβ Kα ratios depend on the excitation mode as well as the chemical effect. For the similar chemical environments the Kβ Kα ratio by photoionization is larger than that by electron-capture decay, due to the excess 3d electron in the latter case. However, the difference is small, sometimes negligible in comparison with the chemical effect.Possible reasons for large difference in earlier experiments are discussed and future experiments are suggested.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Quantum Chemistry
Pages139-151
Number of pages13
Volume37
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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NameAdvances in Quantum Chemistry
Volume37
ISSN (Print)00653276

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Photoionization
chemical effects
electron capture
photoionization
X rays
Electrons
decay
molecular orbitals
x rays
Molecular orbitals
Experiments
excitation
electrons

Keywords

  • electron-capture decay
  • Kβ Kα ratio
  • photoionization

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  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Mukoyama, T., Taniguchi, K., & Adachi, H. (2000). Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay. In Advances in Quantum Chemistry (Vol. 37, pp. 139-151). (Advances in Quantum Chemistry; Vol. 37).

Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay. / Mukoyama, T.; Taniguchi, Kazuo; Adachi, Hirohiko.

Advances in Quantum Chemistry. Vol. 37 2000. p. 139-151 (Advances in Quantum Chemistry; Vol. 37).

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Mukoyama, T, Taniguchi, K & Adachi, H 2000, Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay. in Advances in Quantum Chemistry. vol. 37, Advances in Quantum Chemistry, vol. 37, pp. 139-151.
Mukoyama T, Taniguchi K, Adachi H. Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay. In Advances in Quantum Chemistry. Vol. 37. 2000. p. 139-151. (Advances in Quantum Chemistry).
Mukoyama, T. ; Taniguchi, Kazuo ; Adachi, Hirohiko. / Kβ Kα x-ray intensity ratios in 3d elements by photoionization and electron-capture decay. Advances in Quantum Chemistry. Vol. 37 2000. pp. 139-151 (Advances in Quantum Chemistry).
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