3D Photoelectron Imaging Using 2D Techniques

2017-09-13T00:14:03Z (GMT) by Paul Hockett Michael Staniforth
An old talk (2010) illustrating the basics of 3D photoelectron imaging using tomography. See the refs. therein for the originally published papers on this topic!

Aspects of this work subsequently appeared in:
Hockett, P., Staniforth, M., & Reid, K. L. (2010). Photoelectron angular distributions from rotationally state-selected NH 3 (B 1 E′′): dependence on ion rotational state and polarization geometry. Molecular Physics, 108(7–9), 1045–1054.
http://doi.org/10.1080/00268971003639266

For more recent work, making use of photoelectron tomography for a "maximum information" experimental scheme, see:
Hockett, P., Lux, C., Wollenhaupt, M., & Baumert, T. (2015). Maximum-information photoelectron metrology. Physical Review A, 92(1), 13412. http://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.92.013412
arXiv: 1503.08308
https://arxiv.org/abs/1503.08308