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Three-Dimensional Fermiology by Soft-X-Ray ARPES: Origin of Charge Density Waves in VSe2

@article{Strocov2012ThreeDimensionalFB,
  title={Three-Dimensional Fermiology by Soft-X-Ray ARPES: Origin of Charge Density Waves in VSe2},
  author={Vladimir N. Strocov and Ming Shi and Masaki Kobayashi and Claude Monney and Xiaoqiang Wang and Juraj Krempask{\'y} and Thorsten Schmitt and Luc Patthey and Helmuth Berger and Peter Blaha},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
  year={2012}
}
Electronic structure of crystalline materials is their fundamental characteristic which is the basis of almost all their physical and chemical properties. Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) is the main experimental tool to study all electronic structure aspects with resolution in k-space. However, its application to three-dimensional (3D) materials suffers from a fundamental problem of ill-defined surface-perpendicular wavevector kz. Here, we achieve sharp definition of kz to… 

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