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time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy is emerging as a new technique
for investigating polyatomic excited state dynamics. Due to the sensitivity of photoelectron
spectroscopy to both electronic configurations and vibrational dynamics, it is well
suited to the study of non-adiabatic processes such as internal conversion, which often occur
on sub-picosecond time scales. We discuss the technical requirements for such
experiments, including lasers systems, energy- and angle-resolved photoelectron spectrometers
and new detectors for coincidence experiments. We present a few examples of these
methods applied to problems in diatomic wavepacket dynamics
and ultrafast non-adiabatic processes
in polyatomic molecules.
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