Two electron interference in angular resolved double photoionization of Mg
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The signature of the target wavefunction has been observed in the symmetrized amplitude of the resonant double photoionization of Mg. This observation is based on our experimental study of angle-resolved double photoionization of Mg at the photon energy of 55.49 eV (2p → 3d resonance) under equal energy sharing conditions.
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