Exploring highly correlated materials via electron pair emission: the case of NiO/Ag(100).

@article{Schumann2013ExploringHC,
  title={Exploring highly correlated materials via electron pair emission: the case of NiO/Ag(100).},
  author={Frank O Schumann and Lutz Behnke and Carissa H C Li and J{\"u}rgen Kirschner},
  journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 9},
  pages={094002}
}
Metal oxides like NiO are usually termed 'highly correlated', because the material properties are decisively determined by the electron-electron interaction. This makes them interesting candidates for electron pair spectroscopy which is particularly sensitive to the electron correlation. We have prepared ultrathin NiO/Ag(100) films and studied the electron… CONTINUE READING