Experiments on the Electronic Structure of Graphite Intercalation Compounds
The experimental information on the electronic structure of Graphite Intercalation Compounds (GIC’s) both in reciprocal and real space is reviewed. The focus is on electron spectroscopy (photoemission and secondary electron spectroscopy) and positron annihilation. A combination of these techniques provides information about the changes of the electronic structure of graphite on intercalation. The main emphasis is on the differences found between the electronic structures of high- and low-stage donor compounds, and between stage 1 compounds of the C8M (M = K,Rb,Cs) and the C6Li type.
KeywordsAnisotropy Graphite Auger Paration
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