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Effect of Bound Hole Pairs on the d-Band Photoemission Spectrum of Ni

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Author(s)

David R. Penn

Abstract

It is shown that the spectral density of the Ni d electrons contains a peak due to excitations of bound hole pairs. The spectral density is observed directly in photoemission experiments which show a satellite peak below the bottom of the d bands. The observed peak exhibits a strong resonance as a function of photon energy and this behavior is also explained by the present theory.
Citation
Physical Review Letters
Volume
42
Issue
14

Citation

Penn, D. (1979), Effect of Bound Hole Pairs on the d-Band Photoemission Spectrum of Ni, Physical Review Letters (Accessed June 25, 2024)

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Created April 2, 1979, Updated February 19, 2017