Surface spectroscopies with synchrotron radiation.


A variety of photoelectron spectroscopies using synchrotron radiation have been devised to study solid surfaces. Measurements of the energies and angular distributions of electrons photoemitted from valence levels yield detailed information on surface electronic states and the chemical bonding of adsorbed atoms and molecules. Core level studies yield… (More)


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@article{Smith1982SurfaceSW, title={Surface spectroscopies with synchrotron radiation.}, author={N V Smith and David P. Woodruff}, journal={Science}, year={1982}, volume={216 4544}, pages={367-72} }