Electron reemission following photoelectron recapture due to post-collision interaction has been studied at 0.7 eV the inner-shell photoionization threshold of water molecules, using a multi-electron coincidence method. Electron reemissions after single Auger decay occur from O and OH fragments which are produced by the dissociations of high-n Rydberg H2O + states populated through photoelectron recapture. In addition, electron reemissions after double Auger decay are identified in triple coincidence events, where autoionization lines from O and O+ fragments are observed.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry