Abstract

The total photoabsorption cross section of H2 has been measured between 18 and 113 eV with an accuracy of ±2 to ±3%. The published data at higher energies are reviewed, and recommended cross sections are tabulated from 18 to 300 eV.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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