Polarized Electron/Polarized Photon Physics

  • Hans Kleinpoppen
  • W. R. Newell

Part of the Physics of Atoms and Molecules book series (PAMO)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. W. Raith, G. Baum, P. Baum, L. Grau, B. Leuer, R. Niemeyer et al.
    Pages 23-35
  3. E. A. Seddon, I. W. Kirkman, F. M. Quinn
    Pages 95-106
  4. D. Murray Campbell
    Pages 107-120
  5. Fredrik Schedin, Ranald Warburton, Geoff Thornton
    Pages 133-145
  6. M. Hardiman, I. R. M. Wardell, M. S. Bhella, M. Whitehouse-Yeo, P. Gendrier, C. J. Harland et al.
    Pages 147-158
  7. Muhammad Afzal Chaudhry, Hans Kleinpoppen
    Pages 159-167
  8. Gaetana Laricchia
    Pages 169-176
  9. Alan J. Duncan, Zahoor A. Sheikh
    Pages 187-196
  10. Natalia E. Karapanagioti, George Droungas, Jean-Patrick Connerade
    Pages 247-259
  11. Andrew J. Rollason
    Pages 311-330
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 343-351

About this book


The EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Science Research Committee of the U. K. ) suggested two Workshops (York University, 22-23 September, 1993 and 15-16 April, 1994) for possible development of polarized electron/photon physics as targeted areas of research. The remit of these meetings included identifying research groups and their activities in polarized electron/polarized photon physics, listing relevant existing facilities (particularly electron spin sources and polarimeters), possible joint projects between research groups in the U. K. , recognizing future needs of projects for research of the highest scientific merit and referring to international comparisons of these research activities. Although very diverse but interconnected, the areas of research presented at the Workshops embrace atomic, molecular, surface, and solid state physics. In more detail these areas covered: electron spin correlations and photon polarization correlations in atomic and molecular collisions and photoionization, electron spin effects in scanning tunneling microscopy, surface and interface magnetism from X-ray scattering and polarized Auger electrons (including analysis of domain structures in solids and surfaces), polarized electrons from multiphoton ionization, quasi-atomic effects in solid state physics, dichroism in molecular and surface processes, Faraday rotation and high-field magneto-optics and polarization effects in simultaneous higher order electron-photon excitations. It is obvious from the spectrum of research fields presented at the Workshops that physicists of primarily two communities, namely those studying electron and photon spin interactions with gaseous atomic and molecular targets and those using condensed matter targets for their studies, interacted very closely with each other.


Polarimeter collision condensed matter magnetism microscopy optics polarimetry polarization scattering synchrotron radiation

Editors and affiliations

  • Hans Kleinpoppen
    • 1
  • W. R. Newell
    • 2
  1. 1.University of StirlingStirlingScotland
  2. 2.University of LondonLondonEngland

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