Global perspectives of the bulk electronic structure of URu2Si2 from angle-resolved photoemission

@article{Denlinger2021GlobalPO,
  title={Global perspectives of the bulk electronic structure of URu2Si2 from angle-resolved photoemission},
  author={Jonathan D. Denlinger and J.-S. Kang and Lenart Dudy and J. W. Allen and Kyoo Kim and J. H. Shim and Kristjan Haule and J L Sarrao and Nicholas P. Butch and M B Maple},
  journal={Electronic Structure},
  year={2021},
  volume={4}
}
Previous high-resolution angle-resolved photoemission (ARPES) studies of URu2Si2 have characterized the temperature-dependent behavior of narrow-band states close to the Fermi level (E F) at low photon energies near the zone center, with an emphasis on electronic reconstruction due to Brillouin zone folding. A substantial challenge to a proper description is that these states interact with other hole-band states that are generally absent from bulk-sensitive soft x-ray ARPES measurements. Here… 
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