Resonant Auger spectroscopy at the shake-up thresholds as a probe of electron correlation effects in nickel

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Abstract

The excitation energy dependence of the three-hole satellites in the L-3-M45M45 and L-2-M45M45 Anger spectra of nickel metal has been measured using synchrotron radiation. The satellite behavior in the nonradiative emission spectra at the L-3 and L-2 thresholds is compared and the influence of the Coster-Kronig channel explored. The three-hole satellite intensity at the L-3 Anger emission line reveals a peak structure at 5 eV above the L-3 threshold attributed to resonant processes at the 2p(5)3d(9) shake-up threshold. This is discussed in connection with the 6-eV feature in the x-ray-absorption spectrum.

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Magnuson, M., Wassdahl, N., Nilsson, A., Föhlisch, A., Nordgren, J., & Mårtensson, N. (1998). Resonant Auger spectroscopy at the shake-up thresholds as a probe of electron correlation effects in nickel. Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 58(7), 3677–3681. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.58.3677

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