With the development of intense VUV sources in the last twenty years, many new measurements of photoionization angular distributions have become possible. By way of example, such measurements on xenon, barium, and nitrogen are discussed to demonstrate how our understanding of electron correlations and resource effects has improved.
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J. B. West, "Progress in photolonization spectroscopy of atoms and molecules: an experimental viewpoint," Appl. Opt. 19, 4063-4067 (1980)