Photoelectron emission from island metallic sodium films during the excitation of localized plasmon resonances
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The photoelectron emission from island sodium films is studied under the action of radiation that is resonant to the collective electron excitations in the nanoparticles forming a film. Noticeable deviations from the Fowler law and an increase in the photoelectron yield are detected. The dependences of the photoeffect efficiency from these films on their structural parameters, the polarization vector, and the angle of radiation incidence are obtained.
PACS numbers75.63.-b 79.60.Jv
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