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Tunable synchrotron radiation makes possible detailed studies of molecular photoionization and photodissociation. This is particular true if the induced reactions may be studied in various decay channels such as formed ions and positive and negative fragments as well as fluorescence in different wavelength regions. We have performed studies of this kind in the low energy range (14 -35 eV) using the Swedish synchrotron facility MAX in Lund. A special detection channel has been constructed fordoi:10.1051/jp4:1994965 fatcat:4nvilbs32vfrtd6nceixarfucu