Advanced Light Source [activity rpt 1997-1998]

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Solidly colored regions represent dipole- In the first step beyond the dipole approximation, higher-order photon interactions lead to nondipole effects in these patterns, described by two new parameters, 5 and y. A second angle, $, relative to the propagation direction, k, of the ionizing radiation approximation patterns for different values of ~. The solid red and green curves represent nondipole angular-distribution patterns for 2p (b) and 2s (c) photoemission inferred from Figure 5. I Science Highlights Atomic, MoleculaC and Optical Physics 41 (Figure 3), also comes into play permitting forwmd- distributions (~= 5 = y= O).

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