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Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Date:May 31, 2018    Author:

Course No.: 0111001

Course Category: major course of subject 


Prerequisite: Advance Mathematics, Complex Function Foundation, Mathematical Statistics, College Physics, Applied Optics, Physical Optics, and so on.

Aims & Requirements:

This course is an optional course for all doctor's degree students. It is necessary for students who want to work on Optical imaging in the future. Through this course, students can learn more about the Photoelectron Spectroscopy technology for Biological monitoring, microscopic imaging and other fields.

Primary Coverage

Chapter 1: Introduction and Basic Principles

Historical Development; The Electron Mean Free Path; Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Inverse Photoelectron Spectroscopy; Experimental Aspects; Very High Resolution
The Theory of Photoemission; Deviations from the Simple Theory of Photoemission;References
Chapter 2: Core Levels and Final States
Core-Level Binding Energies in Atoms and Molecules; Core-Level Binding Energies in Solids; Core Polarization; Final-State Multiplets in Rare-Earth Valence Bands; Vibrational Side Bands; Core Levels of Adsorbed Molecules; Quantitative Chemical Analysis from Core-Level Intensities;
Chapter 3: Charge-Excitation Final States: Satellites
Copper Dihalides; 3d Transition Metal Compounds; The 6-eV Satellite in Nickel; The Gunnarsson-Sch6nhammer Theory; Photoemission Signals and Narrow Bands in Metals;
Chapter 4: Continuous Satellites and Plasmon Satellites: XPS Photoemission in Nearly Free Electron Systems
Theory; Experimental Results; The Background Correction;

Chapter 5: Valence Orbitals in Simple Molecules and Insulating Solids
UPS Spectra of Monatomic Gases; Photoelectron Spectra of Diatomic Molecules; Binding Energy of the H2 Molecule; Hydrides Isoelectronic with Noble Gases; Spectra of the Alkali HMides; Transition Metal Dihalides; Hydrocarbons; Insulating Solids with Valence d Electrons; High—Temperature Superconductors; The Fermi Liquid and the Luttinger Liquid; Adsorbed Molecules
Chapter 6: Photoemission of Valence Electrons froill Metallic Solids in the OHe-Electron Approximation
Theory of PhotoemissionA Summary of the Three-Step Model; Discussion of the Photocurrent; Photoemission from the Semi—infinite CrystalThe Inverse LEED Formalism; Thermal Effects; Dipole Selection Rules for Direct Optical Transitions;

Chapter 7: Band Structtire and Angular-Resolved Photoelectron Spectra
Free-Electron Final—State Model; Methods Employing Calculated Band Structures; Methods for the Absolute Determination of the Crystal Momentum; Experimental Band Structures; A Comment
Chapter 8: Surface States, Surface Effects
Theoretical Considerations; Experimental Results on Surface States; Quantum-Well States; Surface Core-Level Shifts;

Chapter 9: Inverse Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Surface States; Bulk Band Structures; Adsorbed Molecules;

Chapter 10: Spin-Polarized Photoelectron Spectroscopy

General Description; Examples of Spin-Polarized Photoelectron Spectroscopy; Magnetic Dichroism;

Chapter 11: Photoelectron Diffraction
Examples; Substrate Photoelectron Diffraction; Adsorbate Photoelectron Diffraction; Fermi Surface Scans

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