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Facilities for the Performance of Fano Effect Measurements as a Probe of Electron Correlation

  • J. G. Tobin (a1), S. W. Tobin (a2), T Komesu (a3), B W Chung (a2), S. A. Morton (a2) and G. D. Waddill (a3)...


Fano Effect measurements are the key to direct observation of the Kondo or spin shielding intrinsic to models of electron correlation. The Fano Effect is the observation of spin polarized photoelectron emission from NONMAGNETIC materials, under chirally selective excitation, such as circularly polarized photons. Below are described three spectrometers, with which Fano Effects measurements have been made.



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1. Yu, S. W., Komesu, T., Chung, B. W., Waddill, G. D., Morton, S. A., and Tobin, J. G., Phys. Rev. B 73, 075116 (2006).
2. Tobin, J. G., Morton, S. A., Chung, B. W., Yu, S. W. and Waddill, G. D., Physica B 378–380, 925 (2006).
3. Tobin, J. G., Butterfield, M. T., Teslich, N. E. Jr., Bliss, R. A., Wall, M. A., McMahan, A. K., Chung, B. W. and Schwartz, A. J., “Using Nano-focussed Bremstrahlung Isochromat Spectroscopy (nBIS) to Determine the Unoccupied Electronic Structure of Pu,” in “Recent Advances in Actinide Science,” Royal Society of Chemistry, ed. Alvarez, R., Bryan, N. D. and May, I., page 773 (2006).



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