Core-level spectroscopy in condensed systems: proceedings of the Tenth Taniguchi International Symposium, Kashikojima, Japan, October 19-23, 1987

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Junjirō Kanamori, Akio Kotani
Springer-Verlag, 1988 - Science - 303 pages
Core-level Spectroscopy in Condensed Systems describes how recent improvement of various experimental methods, together with new light and x-ray sources, have provided fresh information about the electronic states and atomic structures of a wide variety of materials. The topics coveredrange from the high-energy spectroscopy of bulk electronic states of rare-earth and transition metals and compounds, including high T superconductors, to recent developments in photoelectron diffraction and other surface problems, all with emphasis on theoretical aspects.

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ManyBody Effects in CoreLevel Spectroscopy of Solids
Theory of High Energy Spectroscopy in Ce02
Photoemission Spectra of CeCu2Si2 and CeInCu2

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