The CoESCA station at BESSY: Auger electron–photoelectron coincidences from surfaces demonstrated for Ag MNN

  title={The CoESCA station at BESSY: Auger electron–photoelectron coincidences from surfaces demonstrated for Ag MNN},
  author={Torsten Leitner and Artur Born and Ieva Bidermane and Ruslan Ovsyannikov and Fredrik Johansson and Yasmine Sassa and Alexander F{\"o}hlisch and Andreas Lindblad and Frank O. Schumann and Sofia Fahlvik Svensson and Nils M{\aa}rtensson},
  journal={Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena},
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