A relativistic description of spin- and angular-resolved core level photoemission spectroscopy for magnetic solids

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A fully relativistic description of the spin- and angular-resolved core level photoemission spectroscopy of magnetic solids based on multiple scattering theory is presented. This approach describing the corresponding final state at a time reversed LEED state allows a detailed investigation of the magnetic linear and circular dichroism in core level spectroscopy. To simplify its application in practical calculations several approximations are suggested. Results for the 2p level spectra of pure Fe for linear polarisation are presented which are in rather satisfying agreement with the linear dichroism observed by experiment. © 1995.

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Ebert, H., & Guo, G. Y. (1995). A relativistic description of spin- and angular-resolved core level photoemission spectroscopy for magnetic solids. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 148(1–2), 174–176. https://doi.org/10.1016/0304-8853(95)00196-4

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