From X-Ray to Electron Spectroscopy

  • Kai Siegbahn
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 746)


This address was presented by Kai Siegbahn as the Nishina Memorial Lecture at the University of Tokyo, on April 4, 1988.


Electron Spectrum Auger Electron Electron Spectroscopy Photoelectron Spectrum Multiphoton Ionization 
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