Angular distribution of the inverse photoemission from Cu(100)
The intensity distribution of the light emitted in inverse-photoemission transitions in the (011) mirror plane, commonly known as the gamma XUL mirror plane, of a Cu(100) crystal has been measured. The distributions agree with the dipole- transition model for inverse photoemission. The orientation of the dipole axis for bulk transitions qualitatively follows calculations with a combined interpolation scheme. The applicability of the Fresnel formulae for the transmission and refraction of light emitted in the surface region is discussed.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: The Brief Report Section of Physical Review B15, Vol. 40 (1989) No. 11, pp. 7981-7984
Record Number: 199010718 / Last updated on: 1994-12-01
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