Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms

Schönhense G, Eyers A, Friess U, Schäfers F, Heinzmann U (1985)
Physical review letters 54(6): 547-550.

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By use of circularly polarized synchrotron radiation at BESSY, spin-polarized photoemission from the valence orbitals of Xe and Kr atoms adsorbed on the Pt(111) single-crystal surface has been studied. Under certain conditions almost complete photoelectron polarization parallel or antiparallel to the photon spin was observed, allowing a direct assignment of quantum numbers of the states involved. Highly resolved intensity and polarization spectra in the threshold region exhibit pronounced variations versus photon energy.
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Schönhense G, Eyers A, Friess U, Schäfers F, Heinzmann U. Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms. Physical review letters. 1985;54(6):547-550.
Schönhense, G., Eyers, A., Friess, U., Schäfers, F., & Heinzmann, U. (1985). Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms. Physical review letters, 54(6), 547-550.
Schönhense, G., Eyers, A., Friess, U., Schäfers, F., and Heinzmann, U. (1985). Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms. Physical review letters 54, 547-550.
Schönhense, G., et al., 1985. Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms. Physical review letters, 54(6), p 547-550.
G. Schönhense, et al., “Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms”, Physical review letters, vol. 54, 1985, pp. 547-550.
Schönhense, G., Eyers, A., Friess, U., Schäfers, F., Heinzmann, U.: Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms. Physical review letters. 54, 547-550 (1985).
Schönhense, G., Eyers, A., Friess, U., Schäfers, F., and Heinzmann, Ulrich. “Highly Spin-Polarized Photoemission near Threshold from Physisorbed Xenon and Krypton Atoms”. Physical review letters 54.6 (1985): 547-550.
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