Synopses & Reviews
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.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introductory Survey.- Many-Body Effects in f- Electron Systems.- Many-Body Effects in d-Electron Systems.- XANES, EXAFS and Related Topics.- Surface Effects.- Index of Contributors.