Introduction

  • Stefan Hüfner
Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 82)

Abstract

PhotoEmission Spectroscopy (PES) is an old experimental technique still in extensive use. The phenomenon of photoemission was detected by Hertz [1.1] in 1887 with the experimental arrangement shown in Fig.1.1. It consists of two arcs d and f, which are driven by the induction coils a and c, respectively. A battery b provided the necessary power and the coils could be activated by the switch e. Hertz studied the behaviour of arc f under the radiation produced in arc d if different materials p were placed between the two arcs d and f. By varying the materials in a systematic way he found out that the ultraviolet radiation emitted by arc d, triggered arc f. We now know that the electrons photoemitted from the electrodes of arc f by the ultraviolet radiation of arc d were actually responsible for triggering arc f. In the following years these experiments were refined [1.2, 3] and Einstein in 1905 was able to explain their systematics by invoking the quantum nature of light [1.4].

Keywords

Chlorine Posit Auger Chemisorption Cond 

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  • Stefan Hüfner
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  1. 1.Fachbereich PhysikUniversität des SaarlandesSaarbrückenGermany

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