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Spin and angular resolved photoemission experiments on epitaxial graphene

@article{Gierz2010SpinAA,
  title={Spin and angular resolved photoemission experiments on epitaxial graphene},
  author={Isabella Gierz and J. Hugo Dil and Fabian Meier and Bartosz Slomski and Juerg Osterwalder and J Henk and Roland G. Winkler and Christian R. Ast and Klaus Kern},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2010}
}
Our recently reported spin and angular resolved photoemission (SARPES) results on an epitaxial graphene monolayer on SiC(0001) suggested the presence of a large Rashba-type spin splitting of \Delta k=(0.030+-0.005)1/A [1]. Although this value was orders of magnitude larger than predicted theoretically, it could be reconciled with the line width found in conventional spin-integrated high resolution angular resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) data. Here we present novel measurements for a… 

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