Photoemission Studies of the Electronic Structure of Solids
A discussion of ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy is given, A central theme which is applied to photoemission is that both theory and experiment profit from mutual interaction. Examples which are discussed include experimental and theoretical studies of d-bands in Cu, studies of Au including liquid Au, studies of the Pd/H system, the magnetic semiconductor of EuS, and chemisorbed CO on Ni.
KeywordsInitial Energy Metal Hydride Palladium Hydride Photoemission Study Emission Strength
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