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G All electrons traveling along field lines which intersect the electron detector are therefore collected. The permanent magnets are a samarium type (Edmund Scientific) in two cylindrical shapes: 1“ dia. 5” dia. 20” thick (part ## 5286 1). The arrangement producing the highest electron yield appears to be when they are stacked on top of one another, the 8 small ones on top of the 3 large ones. However, detection efficiency is not critically dependent on this set-up. The stack is glued to an aluminum shaft and the entire post then secured inside the hollow tube with a Cajon Ultratorr connector.

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Stolow, J. Chem. Phys. 102, 5566 (1995). 39 p. Ludowise, M. Blackwell, and Y. Chen, Chem. Phys. Lett. , ,. ,.. - - -. , J .. . (1996). -.. 14 Chapter 2. Experimental The femtosecond photoelectron collect time-dependent photoelectron Apparatus spectrometer (FPES machine) is designed to spectra of anions. To accomplish this task, two fairly independent segments are coupled together: 1) a high-vacuum anions are produced and photoelectron chamber, in which signals detected; and 2) a femtosecond laser system, for producing and characterizing pulses of light at multiple wavelengths.

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