photoabsorption

photoabsorption

[‚fōd·ō·əb′sȯrp·shən]
(physics)
A process in which a photon transfers all its energy to an atom, molecule, or nucleus.
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Density Functional Study on the Morphology and Photoabsorption of CdSe Nanoclusters.
Since 2000, Sharp has been pursuing research and development of a triple-junction compound solar cell that achieves high conversion efficiency by stacking three photoabsorption layers.
The energy-band offsets at the donor/ acceptor interface in organic photovoltaics are key for generating free holes and electrons by photoabsorption.
1 eV) which has enabled us to obtain very high resolution Al, 2p, Si 2p, P 2p and S 2p core level photoelectron, photoabsorption (NEXAFS) and Auger spectra of gases and solids.
CSRF recent publications include reports on new instrumental and technique developments[8-11], many NEXAFS and EXAFS studies of surfaces and solids[12-18], polymer and multi-layer studies[19-21], high-resolution photoelectron studies of surfaces[22-24], and high-resolution spectroscopy (photoelectron, photoionization, photoabsorption and Auger) of gas phase molecules[25-30], Table 4.
NSLS National Synchrotron Light Source at Brookhaven National Labs, Upton, NY OCMR Ontario Centre for Materials Reseach PAS Photoabsorption Spectroscopy PES Photoelectron Spectroscopy PSD Photon Stimulated Desorption PSL Physical Sciences Laboratory, adjacent to the SRC, University of Wisconsin-Madison SRC Synchrotron Radiation Centre, which houses the Aladdin synchrotron SAXS Small Angle X-ray Scattering UHV Ultra-high Vacuum XANES X-ray-Absorption Near Edge Structure.
Measured I to 40 keV photoabsorption cross sections for: Fe, Ni, Sn, Ta, Pt, Au, Pb, U, X-Ray Imaging II, L.
Underwood, Absolute photoabsorption measurements of Mg, Al, and Si in the soft-x-ray region below the [L.
The recent development of very high resolution in the soft x-ray region (100 - 1000 eV) is revolutionizing core level probes such as photoelectron and photoabsorption spectroscopies for both gas phase and solid-state applications.
The ionization onset region in the photoabsorption of [CO.
The differential cross section for photoabsorption in the dipole approximation for a randomly oriented gas may be expressed as