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J. Laksman, D. Céolin, M. Gisselbrecht, and S. L. Sorensen
Nuclear motion in carbonyl sulfide induced by resonant core electron excitation
133, 144314, J. Chem. Phys. (2010)

Abstract
The angular anisotropy for selected dissociation channels is measured at resonantly excited states of Sigma and Pi symmetries at the C and O K-shell ionization edges of carbonyl sulfide. While the kinetic energy released in the reaction is mainly independent of the excitation energy, the angular anisotropy and momentum correlation clearly show deformation of the OCS molecule in the C 1s(-1) pi*1 state. The discovery of a two-body fragmentation channel SO(+)/C(+) with a well defined angular anisotropy indicates the rapid formation of the CSO isomeric species.

Link to the complete paper (if available):
http://jcp.aip.org/resource/1/jcpsa6/v133/i14/p144314_s1


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