Steven J. Riedler

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Positron annihilation spectroscopy is a sensitive probe for studying the electronic structure of defects in solids. The high-momentum part of the Doppler-broadened spectra can be used to distinguish different elements at the annihilation site. This can be achieved by using a twodetector coincidence system, which reduces the peak to background ratio(More)
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