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6~ As has been shown in Section 11, electron-impact spectra can be obtained sufficiently close to the optical limit by using high impact energies (several kiloelectron volts) and small scattering angles ( 0 < lo-’ radians). Under these conditions electron impact spectrometers are very much simpler to operate since fast electron beams are better behaved with regard to space-charge “blowup” and focusing. 1 A. Schmoranzer et aL7’ have also described the use of a telefocus electron gun. Field-emission electron guns have been used extensively in electron microscopy, and the improved energy spread could offer advantages in electron spectroscopy.
2 ’5 2s2 . 1 - 0 - J. 0 . I . 1 50 LO energy loss (eV) - ’6.. 66 I 2s2p this work $ - ____ Silverman and Lassettre V theory Bell and Kingston I ;’P Figure 19. Derivative to K 2 (au) of generalized osicllator strength at K = O : 0, (e, ion) c~incidence;~’ 0, from extrapolation of data by Silverman and L a ~ s e t t r e . ,31using the improved electron-ion coincidence m a ~ h i n e ~ ~ . ~ ' at the FOM institute in Amsterdam have studied further important aspects of the ionization of helium by fast electrons.
The curve has been normalized at one point only to the Figure 12. ’” in normalizing apparent oscillator strengths determined by lowenergy (100 eV) electron impact at zero degrees scattering angle. Since this work covers the discrete region of the spectrum and only a few electron volts of the continuum, it is not discussed futher. Some useful sources of photoabsoption data are listed under Ref. 121. Total ionization oscillator strengths (see Section V) may be put on a n absolute scale by normalizing to the total absorption at energies where the ionization efficiency (see Section 11) is unity.