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Applied Physics A Solids and Surfaces
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Mapping the fermi surface of graphite with a display-type photoelectron spectrometer

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A display spectrometer is used to image the momentum distribution of photoelectrons from the Fermi level in graphite. The Fermi "surface" consists of six points at the corners K of the hexagonal, two-dimensional Brillouin zone, in agreement with band theory. The method is also applied to other equal energy surfaces below the Fermi level, thereby giving the band dispersion of the π-bands. © 1991 Springer-Verlag.

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01 May 1991

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Applied Physics A Solids and Surfaces

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