Imaging the Fermi surface of Cu using photoelectron spectroscopy
We have studied the Fermi surface of Cu using an ellipsoidal-mirror analyzer which gives two-dimensional images of photoelectron intensity versus emission angle. From these images, we have obtained the full Fermi surface of Cu in three-dimensional k-space. Our results are in excellent agreement with previous studies and provide new perspectives on Fermi surface studies. © 1995.
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Qu, Z., Goonewardene, A., Subramanian, K., Karunamuni, J., Mainkar, N., Ye, L., Stockbauer, R., & Kurtz, R. (1995). Imaging the Fermi surface of Cu using photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science, 324 (2-3), 133-139. https://doi.org/10.1016/0039-6028(94)00701-2