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Spin-Polarized Photoemission Spectroscopy of Magnetic Surfaces Using Undulator Radiation

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Author(s)

Philip Johnson, S Hulbert, R Klaffky, N Brookes, Andrew Clarke, B Sinkovic, N. Smith, Robert Celotta, Michael H. Kelley, Daniel T. Pierce, M Scheinfein, B Waclawski, B.O. Wells

Abstract

A beamline has been established at the National Synchrotron Light Source to perform angle-resolved photoemission experiments on magnetic surfaces with spin sensitivity. The system has two novel features: it uses a miniature electron-spin polarization analyzer and it also uses synchrotron radiation from an undulator rather than a bending magnet.
Citation
Review of Scientific Instruments
Volume
63
Issue
3

Citation

Johnson, P. , Hulbert, S. , Klaffky, R. , Brookes, N. , Clarke, A. , Sinkovic, B. , Smith, N. , Celotta, R. , Kelley, M. , Pierce, D. , Scheinfein, M. , Waclawski, B. and Wells, B. (1992), Spin-Polarized Photoemission Spectroscopy of Magnetic Surfaces Using Undulator Radiation, Review of Scientific Instruments (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created December 31, 1991, Updated October 12, 2021