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Physical Review Letters
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Resonant inverse photoemission via plasmons

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Abstract

A large enhancement, up to a factor of 30, of the photon intensity is observed in inverse photoemission when the emitted photon energy equals the plasmon energy. The effect is explained as a resonance between a discrete channel, i.e., radiative decay of a plasmon, and the inverse photoemission continuum. Examples are shown for various structures of antimony films. © 1988 The American Physical Society.

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11 Jan 1988

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Physical Review Letters

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