Evidence for the Photoemission Nature of Gd 4f Resonant Photoemission
The constructive interference between direct and indirect channels above the absorption threshold of a core level leads to a massive increase in the emission cross section leading to a phenomenon called `resonant photoemission'. Using novel magnetic linear dichroism in angular distribution photoelectron spectroscopy experiment we have tried to understand the nature of the resonant photoemission process in Gd metal. The presence of dichroism in Gd 4f photoemission intensity at a photon energy corresponding to resonant photoemission clearly demonstrates the photoemission-like nature of the resonant photoemission process.
S. R. Mishra et al., "Evidence for the Photoemission Nature of Gd 4f Resonant Photoemission," Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings, vol. 524, pp. 197-202, Materials Research Society (MRS), Apr 1998.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1557/PROC-524-197
1998 MRS Spring Meeting (1998: Apr. 13-17, San Francisco, CA)
Keywords and Phrases
Electron energy levels; Gadolinium; Photoelectron spectroscopy; Photoemission; Photons; Angular distribution photoelectron spectroscopy; Magnetic linear dichroism; Resonant photoemission; Metallic films
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