Electron-Pair Emission from Solids and Clean Surfaces Upon Electron and Photon Impact
An electronic system externally distorted by photons or particle impact can integrally respond by the simultaneous emission of two electrons into the vacuum. The spectra of these correlated electron pairs carry various information depending on the scattering geometry and the initial conditions from which the pairs originated.
KeywordsQuasi Particle Bragg Scattering Magnetic Sublevel Energy Sharing Simultaneous Emission
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