Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates

Müller N (1975)
Physics Letters, A 54(5): 415-416.

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Spin polarization of electrons field emitted from certain faces of more or less clean nickel is observed. The preferential spin direction is proved to depend on the crystal direction and on the adsorbate contamination of the face.
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Müller N. Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates. Physics Letters, A. 1975;54(5):415-416.
Müller, N. (1975). Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates. Physics Letters, A, 54(5), 415-416.
Müller, N. (1975). Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates. Physics Letters, A 54, 415-416.
Müller, N., 1975. Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates. Physics Letters, A, 54(5), p 415-416.
N. Müller, “Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates”, Physics Letters, A, vol. 54, 1975, pp. 415-416.
Müller, N.: Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates. Physics Letters, A. 54, 415-416 (1975).
Müller, Norbert. “Electron spin polarization in field emission from nickel: effects of surface adsorbates”. Physics Letters, A 54.5 (1975): 415-416.
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