Spin-Resolved Core Level Photoemission Spectroscopy
Core level photoelectron spectroscopy has been used extensively during the past decades not only with the aim of understanding the fundamental effects governing the spectra, but also for its possibilities of helping to solve more technical materials’ problems. These aspects are covered by various lectures within this summer school. The analytical capabilities are based on analyzing changes of intensity, binding energy, lineshape, and occurence of satellites in core level photoemission spectra in terms of composition, chemical state of constituents, and local electronic structure.
KeywordsSpin Polarization Quantization Axis Minority Spin Spin Character Magnetic Linear Dichroism
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