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101. Cross Sections for Ionization of Inner-Shell Electrons by Electron Impact
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 1/1/1976
Author: Cedric John Powell

102. Electron Attenuation Lengths for Free-Electron-Like Metals
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 1/1/1976
Author: David R. Penn
Abstract: Mean free paths for electrons in bulk jellium are calculated for hot electrons with energies from a few hundred to a few thousand electron volts and for values of r^ds^ from 1.5 to 5. Exchange and correlation effects are included and the results are ...

103. Extra-Molecular Relaxation Energies for H2 Embedded in an Electron Gas
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 12/15/1975
Author: John William Gadzuk

104. Excitation energy dependence of core-level x-ray-photoemission-spectra line shapes in metals
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 7/15/1975
Authors: John William Gadzuk, M Sunjic
Abstract: Creation of a deep localized hole in the process of x-ray photoemission from metals is followed by a drastic rearrangement of the surrounding electrons in the Fermi sea. This rearrangement in which low-energy electron-hole pairs are produced, in anal ...

105. 5f-Electron Excitation Energies and the Coulomb Term, U, in the Light Actinide Metals
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 6/2/1975
Authors: J F Herbst, R E Watson
Abstract: Relativistic Hartree-Fock-Wigner-Seitz band calculations have been performed for the actinide metals Ac through Am in order to estimate 5f excitation energies. Our calculations predict that the tetravalent state (i.e., four s-d conduction electrons) ...

106. Observations and modeling of normal-metal/insulator/superconductor refrigerator cooling from 300 mK to below 100 mK
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Galen C O'Neil, Peter Joseph Lowell, Joel Nathan Ullom, Jason M Underwood
Abstract: In a refrigerator, heat is moved from one system to another and this movement requires an additional dissipated power. It is desirable to both isolate the cooled system, so that its temperature may differ from the bath, and to heatsink the heated sys ...

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