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1 Ab initio calculation of K—shell ionization potentials for some fluorinated methanes and methanol Curtiss, L.A.
1977
117-118 2 p. 193-196
4 p.
artikel
2 Ab initio investigations of vibrational excitations in the core 1s and 1b 1 photoelectron bands of H2O Ågren, Hans
1980
117-118 2 p. 285-298
14 p.
artikel
3 Ab initio SCF investigation of the core and inner valence electron binding and relaxation energies of the CH4, C2 H2 and C2 H6 molecules Ficker, T.
1981
117-118 2 p. 161-171
11 p.
artikel
4 A Bishop-type electron inelastic energy loss cross-section Végh, János
2005
117-118 2 p. 135-138
4 p.
artikel
5 Absolute dipole oscillator strengths for the photo-ionization and photoabsorption of COS (5–50 eV) White, M.G.
1981
117-118 2 p. 127-145
19 p.
artikel
6 Absolute photoionisation cross-sections of atomic and molecular fluorine at 584 Å Van Der Meer, W.J.
1989
117-118 2 p. 263-272
10 p.
artikel
7 Absolute UV and soft X-ray photoabsorption of acetylene by high resolution dipole (e,e) spectroscopy Cooper, Glyn
1995
117-118 2 p. 139-148
10 p.
artikel
8 Accurate determination of Auger line shape binding energies Turner, N.H.
1993
117-118 2 p. 117-130
14 p.
artikel
9 Accurate measurements of electron energies by field-emitter referencing Anderson, C.R.
1984
117-118 2 p. 173-198
26 p.
artikel
10 A cheap versatile ultraviolet photoelectron spectrometer Betteridge, D.
1974
117-118 2 p. 163-175
13 p.
artikel
11 A CNDO/2 study of σ- and π- relaxation energies and core electron binding energy shifts in some simple molecules Adams, David B.
1978
117-118 2 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
12 A comparison of carbon contaminant buildup on conductors and insulators in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Brandt, E.S.
1978
117-118 2 p. 113-120
8 p.
artikel
13 A comparison of different spectrometers and charge corrections used in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Nefedov, V.I.
1977
117-118 2 p. 121-124
4 p.
artikel
14 A comparison of some asymmetrical line shapes for XPS data analysis Desimoni, E.
1989
117-118 2 p. 247-261
15 p.
artikel
15 Acquisition and processing of angle-resolved photoelectron spectra excited with focussed polarized resonance radiation Veenhuizen, H.
1986
117-118 2 p. 187-203
17 p.
artikel
16 A data summary and bibliography of binary (e, 2e) spectroscopic studies Leung, K.T.
1985
117-118 2 p. 327-352
26 p.
artikel
17 Addendum to photoelectron spectroscopic studies of (α-naphthyl)-(CH2)4-(α-naphthyl) vapor: Open chain or cyclic conformation? Berkowitz, J.
1974
117-118 2 p. 164-165
2 p.
artikel
18 Addition of monochromated UV discharge lamp to X-ray photoemission spectrometer Aeppli, G.
1978
117-118 2 p. 121-127
7 p.
artikel
19 Additivity of k X-ray yield of chlorine in CHClF2, CCl2F2, C2Cl2F4, and CCl3F Salehkoutahi, Seyed
1988
117-118 2 p. 349-355
7 p.
artikel
20 A double modulation technique for the detection of transient species in photoelectron spectroscopy De Leeuw, D.M.
1976
117-118 2 p. 185-189
5 p.
artikel
21 Adsorption of hydrazine and ammonia on aluminium Johnson, D.W.
1980
117-118 2 p. 185-195
11 p.
artikel
22 Advanced data analysis with an ESCA 36 spectrometer Schneider, W.D.
1977
117-118 2 p. 209-212
4 p.
artikel
23 AES and photoemission studies of Cu growth on Cr2O3 Di Castro, V.
1988
117-118 2 p. 297-302
6 p.
artikel
24 AES and PYS studies of the polar GaAs(111) as surface after thermal cleaning in ultrahigh vacuum Szuber, J.
1987
117-118 2 p. 113-119
7 p.
artikel
25 A green's function calculation of the lowest ionization potential of some radicals Tomasello, P.
1986
117-118 2 p. 193-198
6 p.
artikel
26 A high resolution X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and INDO/S-CI study of the core electron shake-up states in poly(methyl methacrylate) and related model molecules Sjögren, B.
1992
117-118 2 p. 161-193
33 p.
artikel
27 Alignment of Kr+(3d 3 2 , 5 2 ) and Xe+(4d 3 2 , 5 2) after proton impact ionization in the energy range 40–300 keV Zuccatti, S.
1994
117-118 2 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
28 Alloying of Pd thin films with Nb(0 0 1) Hüger, E.
2005
117-118 2 p. 80-90
11 p.
artikel
29 A manual of fluorometric and spectrophotometric experiments Wirz, J.
1985
117-118 2 p. 301-
1 p.
artikel
30 A modified bias-method for the determination of spectrometer functions Ebel, H.
1983
117-118 2 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
31 A modified plane wave model for calculating UV photo-ionization cross-sections Beerlage, M.J.M.
1977
117-118 2 p. 161-167
7 p.
artikel
32 An alternative interpretation of CS2 −• resonant states Pogulay, A.V.
1994
117-118 2 p. 95-101
7 p.
artikel
33 Analysis of a quadratic algorithm for the angular-resolved XPS method for depth profiling Ignatova, V.
2002
117-118 2 p. 115-122
8 p.
artikel
34 Analysis of low-energy (1–10 ev) electron transmission spectra of thin solid krypton films Keszei, E.
1989
117-118 2 p. 175-182
8 p.
artikel
35 Analysis of protective oxide films on copper—nickel alloys by photoelectron spectroscopy Hulett, L.D.
1972
117-118 2 p. 169-178
10 p.
artikel
36 An atomic diffraction theory of molecular photoionization cross sections Kilcoyne, David A.L.
1985
117-118 2 p. 153-185
33 p.
artikel
37 An automated specimen stage drive system for scanning auger microanalysis Buonaquisti, A.D.
1988
117-118 2 p. 277-284
8 p.
artikel
38 An economical transfer vessel with detachable reactor for XPS studies Debies, T.P.
1983
117-118 2 p. 191-196
6 p.
artikel
39 An electrochemical preparation chamber for the Kratos ES 300 electron spectrometer Neff, H.
1984
117-118 2 p. 171-174
4 p.
artikel
40 An electron-retardation device to improve the resolution of a turner-type UV photoelectron spectrometer Dressler, R.
1983
117-118 2 p. 181-189
9 p.
artikel
41 An els study of the oxidation of polycrystalline Ta and Nb at room temperature Sanz, J.M.
1984
117-118 2 p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
42 An esca investigation of low energy electron beam interactions with polymers. I. PTFE Clark, D.T.
1986
117-118 2 p. 399-410
12 p.
artikel
43 An ESCA investigation of some thiocyanato complexes Folkesson, Börje
1982
117-118 2 p. 157-166
10 p.
artikel
44 An ESCA study of Sn organometallic compounds: Solid state broadening effects Bancroft, G.M.
1976
117-118 2 p. 191-204
14 p.
artikel
45 An ESCA study of the molecular core binding energies of the chlorobenzenes Clark, D.T.
1975
117-118 2 p. 117-134
18 p.
artikel
46 A new facility for inert transfer of reactive samples to XPS equipment Grünert, W.
1986
117-118 2 p. 187-192
6 p.
artikel
47 A new method for determining relaxation energies by means of aes and xps and its application to silicon compounds Bechstedt, F.
1983
117-118 2 p. 131-143
13 p.
artikel
48 A new method for ESCA studies of liquid-phase samples Siegbahn, H.
1981
117-118 2 p. 205-213
9 p.
artikel
49 Angle resolved electron spectroscopy for measurement of surface segregation phenomena in liquids and solutions Holmberg, Sven
1986
117-118 2 p. 337-342
6 p.
artikel
50 Angle-resolved photoemission study of NO chemisorption on Pd(111) Miyazaki, E.
1987
117-118 2 p. 139-145
7 p.
artikel
51 Angle-resolved X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study from 1T-TaSe2 and from 2H-TaSe2 single crystals Waldvogel, H.P.
1984
117-118 2 p. 115-128
14 p.
artikel
52 Angle-resolving photoelectron energy analyzer designed for synchrotron radiation spectroscopy Ovrebo, G.K.
1981
117-118 2 p. 189-204
16 p.
artikel
53 Angular distribution for the spectra of benzene and hexaflourobenzene kobayashi, Tsunetoshi
1975
117-118 2 p. 187-189
3 p.
artikel
54 Angular distribution of photoelectrons at 584 Å using polarized radiation Hancock, W.H.
1976
117-118 2 p. 211-216
6 p.
artikel
55 Angular distribution of photon-induced M 2,3—N 1 N 1 Auger electrons in atomic calcium Kämmerling, B.
1994
117-118 2 p. 363-371
9 p.
artikel
56 Angular distribution of the photoelectrons from solids with account for elastic scattering and non-dipolar transitions Nefedov, V.I.
2000
117-118 2 p. 131-137
7 p.
artikel
57 Angular distribution photoelectron spectroscopic assignment of π-orbital states in 1,4-cyclohexadiene Kibel, M.H.
1978
117-118 2 p. 155-157
3 p.
artikel
58 Angular distributions in the photoelectron spectroscopy of carbon monoxide Sell, Jeffrey A.
1979
117-118 2 p. 127-145
19 p.
artikel
59 An investigation of distorted wave effects in π* like molecular orbital by electron momentum spectroscopy Ren, X.G.
2006
117-118 2 p. 92-96
5 p.
artikel
60 An iterative franck-condon analysis procedure for the determination of ionic geometries for H2O and H2S Chau, Foo Tim
1989
117-118 2 p. 389-403
15 p.
artikel
61 Announcement 1996
117-118 2 p. 225-
1 p.
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62 Announcement 1982
117-118 2 p. 227-
1 p.
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63 Announcement 1988
117-118 2 p. C5-
1 p.
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64 Announcement 1989
117-118 2 p. C13-
1 p.
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65 Announcement 1988
117-118 2 p. 436-
1 p.
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66 Announcement and call for papers 1994
117-118 2 p. 181-
1 p.
artikel
67 A Nomographic method for identification of interface position on ion-etch profiles Castle, J.E.
1977
117-118 2 p. 195-202
8 p.
artikel
68 An XPS—AES study of gaseous xanthates and related sulfur-containing compounds Suoninen, E.J.
1985
117-118 2 p. 259-272
14 p.
artikel
69 An XPS study of SO2 ON A CaO surface derived from Ca(OH)2 Chiarello, G.
1990
117-118 2 p. 229-237
9 p.
artikel
70 An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic study of some bis(diamine)-copper (II) complexes Roe, S.P.
1988
117-118 2 p. 315-324
10 p.
artikel
71 An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic study of the adsorption of N2, NH3, NO, and N2O on dysprosium Schreifels, J.A.
1982
117-118 2 p. 191-209
19 p.
artikel
72 An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of BaAl2S4 thin films Smet, Philippe F.
2005
117-118 2 p. 91-95
5 p.
artikel
73 A pes study on 1,3-thiazole and its monosubstituted halogen derivatives Bernardi, F.
1976
117-118 2 p. 217-226
10 p.
artikel
74 A photoelectron-ion-ion triple coincidence technique for the study of double photoionization and its consequences Eland, J.H.D.
1986
117-118 2 p. 297-309
13 p.
artikel
75 A position-sensitive detector for electrons Moak, C.D.
1975
117-118 2 p. 151-156
6 p.
artikel
76 Application of an He I photoelectron spectroscopic (UPS) technique to the kinetic study of chemical reactions. Determination of the kinetic parameters of the conversion reaction of 2(3H) furanone to 2(5H) furanone Wang Dianxun,
1994
117-118 2 p. 173-178
6 p.
artikel
77 Application of asymmetrical Gaussian/Lorentzian mixed function for X-ray photoelectron curve synthesis Kojima, Isao
1987
117-118 2 p. 177-181
5 p.
artikel
78 Application of computer programs to matrix corrections in the surface analysis of amorphous films Fitzgerald, A.G.
1992
117-118 2 p. 127-159
33 p.
artikel
79 Application of (e,2e) spectroscopy to the electronic structure of valence electrons in crystalline and amorphous solids Dennison, J.R.
1996
117-118 2 p. 99-142
44 p.
artikel
80 Application of photoelectron spectroscopy to biologically active molecules and their constituent parts Klasinc, L.
1976
117-118 2 p. 161-164
4 p.
artikel
81 Applied surface analysis 1979
117-118 2 p. 209-
1 p.
artikel
82 A relation between the atomic charge of carbon and the C1s core electron binding energy estimated from a comparison of gas phase and solid state data and the molar polarizabilities of the investigated molecules Folkesson, Börje
1990
117-118 2 p. 251-266
16 p.
artikel
83 A SCF-Xα MO study of core photoelectron shake-up satellites in MnF2 and MnI2 Tossell, J.A.
1977
117-118 2 p. 169-175
7 p.
artikel
84 A simple method for determining linear polarization and energy calibration of focused soft X-ray beams Watts, B.
2008
117-118 2 p. 49-55
7 p.
artikel
85 A study of SO2 adsorption on CaO (100) surfaces using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Stinespring, C.D.
1983
117-118 2 p. 113-122
10 p.
artikel
86 A theoretical comparison of electron energy analysers degraded so as to obtain high sensitivity Prutton, M.
1977
117-118 2 p. 197-204
8 p.
artikel
87 A theoretical study of the photoelectron spectrum of atomic lithium Larkins, F.P.
1981
117-118 2 p. 141-155
15 p.
artikel
88 A three-element cylindrical electrostatic lens for a photoelectron spectrometer Weiss, Morris J.
1972
117-118 2 p. 179-185
7 p.
artikel
89 Attenuation lengths of low-energy electrons in free-standing carbon films Martin, C.
1987
117-118 2 p. 171-175
5 p.
artikel
90 Auger electron—photoion coincidence measurements of atoms and molecules using X-ray synchrotron radiation Lindle, Dennis W.
1994
117-118 2 p. 373-385
13 p.
artikel
91 Auger electron spectroscopy Castle, J.E.
1986
117-118 2 p. 199-200
2 p.
artikel
92 Auger parameters for sulfur-containing compounds using a mixed aluminum-silver excitation source Yu, Xiang-Rong
1990
117-118 2 p. 159-166
8 p.
artikel
93 Auger spectroscopy at low kinetic energies Becker, U.
1994
117-118 2 p. 341-361
21 p.
artikel
94 Author Index 1986
117-118 2 p. 469-470
2 p.
artikel
95 Author index 1988
117-118 2 p. 437-438
2 p.
artikel
96 Author index 1982
117-118 2 p. 281-
1 p.
artikel
97 Author index 1981
117-118 2 p. 315-316
2 p.
artikel
98 Author index 1985
117-118 2 p. 353-354
2 p.
artikel
99 Author index 1990
117-118 2 p. C37-C38
nvt p.
artikel
100 Author index 1989
117-118 2 p. C14-
1 p.
artikel
101 Autoionization of O2 by photoelectron spectroscopy Kumar, Vijay
1981
117-118 2 p. 109-118
10 p.
artikel
102 Autoionization spectroscopy of CO on metal oxide surfaces Klinkmann, J.
1996
117-118 2 p. 155-171
17 p.
artikel
103 A UV photoelectron spectroscopic study of addition compounds of boron trifluoride with methyl-substituted pyridines Sreekanth, C.S.
1991
117-118 2 p. 105-116
12 p.
artikel
104 A UV photoelectron spectroscopy and Xα approach to the electronic structure of nickel dithiolenes Lalitha, S.
1990
117-118 2 p. 201-212
12 p.
artikel
105 A valence- and inner-shell electronic and photoelectron spectroscopic study of the frontier orbitals of 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole, C6H4SN2, 1,3,2,4-benzodithiadiazine, C6H4S2N2, and 1,3,5,2,4-benzotrithiadiazepine, C6H4S3N2 Hitchcock, A.P.
1991
117-118 2 p. 165-187
23 p.
artikel
106 A variable angle photoelectron spectrometer using a position-sensitive detector Haworth, Andrea
1985
117-118 2 p. 291-299
9 p.
artikel
107 A very high resolution electron spectrometer Mårtensson, N.
1994
117-118 2 p. 117-128
12 p.
artikel
108 A vibrational study of chemisorbed 3-thiophene carboxylate on Cu{110} Frederick, B.G
1995
117-118 2 p. 149-155
7 p.
artikel
109 Background removal in auger electron spectroscopy: a new experimental approach Rosenberg, N.
1988
117-118 2 p. 331-348
18 p.
artikel
110 Bibliography of atomic and molecular inner-shell excitation studies Hitchcock, A.P.
1982
117-118 2 p. 245-275
31 p.
artikel
111 Branching ratios and the partial photoionization cross-section for the 3s electron of argon Tan, K.H.
1978
117-118 2 p. 77-84
8 p.
artikel
112 Calculation of Koopmans' defect using semiempirical molecular orbital methods Kellerer, B.
1974
117-118 2 p. 107-122
16 p.
artikel
113 Calculation of photoelectron spectra of the trihalides of group v elements Xin, Min
1984
117-118 2 p. 93-105
13 p.
artikel
114 Calculation of the cross sections for the photoionization of H2 and D2 into different vibrational states of the ion Itikawa, Yukikazu
1973
117-118 2 p. 125-142
18 p.
artikel
115 Calculation of the molecular photoionization cross sections in the UV region. I. Diatomic molecules. Hirota, F.
1976
117-118 2 p. 149-167
19 p.
artikel
116 Calculation of vibrational structure in the core and valence esca spectra of CO and N2 Müller, Jiri
1980
117-118 2 p. 235-249
15 p.
artikel
117 Calculations of photoelectron spectra for tetrahedral oxyanions by the Hartree—Fock—Slater model Sasaki, T.
1980
117-118 2 p. 261-271
11 p.
artikel
118 Calibrated binding energies of some core levels in the energy range between 1.5–4 keV Huschka, W.
1988
117-118 2 p. 273-276
4 p.
artikel
119 Calibration of XPS core-level binding energies: Influence of the surface chemical shift Chadwick, D.
1981
117-118 2 p. 181-187
7 p.
artikel
120 Changes in energy structure of Cu3Au and CuAu3 alloys studied by the method of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Nemoshkalenko, V.V.
1976
117-118 2 p. 169-173
5 p.
artikel
121 Characterisation of thin films of bismuth oxide by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Dharmadhikari, Vineet S.
1982
117-118 2 p. 181-189
9 p.
artikel
122 Characterization of plasma polymer films of phenylsilane by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Oelhafen, P.
1984
117-118 2 p. 105-113
9 p.
artikel
123 Characterization of resonances in photoionization Thiel, Walter
1983
117-118 2 p. 151-160
10 p.
artikel
124 Characterization of some gold cluster compounds by X-Ray photoelectron spectroscopy Battistoni, C.
1984
117-118 2 p. 107-113
7 p.
artikel
125 Chemical shifts in photoelectron spectroscopy: indirect evaluation of the coulombic contribution to ionization potentials for non-bonding electrons Botter, R.
1978
117-118 2 p. 99-111
13 p.
artikel
126 Chemical shifts in XPS spectra of small metal islands supported on metal substrates: A semi-empirical treatment Vlaev, S.Zh.
1992
117-118 2 p. 97-109
13 p.
artikel
127 Chemisorption of NO and NH3 on cobalt: Studies by UPS, XPS, and work-function measurements Fukuda, Yasuo
1982
117-118 2 p. 237-243
7 p.
artikel
128 Coherent excitation of vibrational wave functions observed in core hole decay spectra of O2, N2 and CO Neeb, M.
1994
117-118 2 p. 261-274
14 p.
artikel
129 Combined X-ray-electron imaging techniques: Limitations on lateral resolution Bakaleynikov, L.A.
2006
117-118 2 p. 97-104
8 p.
artikel
130 CO—metal bond characterization using auger electron spectroscopy Grant, J.T.
1976
117-118 2 p. 93-97
5 p.
artikel
131 Comment on linear infrared spectra and laserinduced resonant desorption in the coadsorbate 12C16O/13C16O-NaCl Peremans, A.
1989
117-118 2 p. 405-409
5 p.
artikel
132 Comment on “on the core electron binding energy of carbon and the effective charge of the carbon atom” 1989
117-118 2 p. 279-
1 p.
artikel
133 Comments on “A study of amorphous Ti–Ni alloys by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy” Végh, János
2006
117-118 2 p. 155-157
3 p.
artikel
134 Comments on the measurements of vibrational intensity in the photoelectron spectra of N2 and CO, for the ionic ground state Natalis, P.
1977
117-118 2 p. 93-102
10 p.
artikel
135 Comments on the photoelectron spectrum of adamantane Worley, S.D.
1975
117-118 2 p. 157-161
5 p.
artikel
136 Comments on the use of implanted Ar as a binding energy reference Hughes, A.E.
1990
117-118 2 p. C15-C18
nvt p.
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137 Comments on the validity of koopmans' theorem in photoelectron spectra of α,β-unsaturated carbonyls Granozzi, Gaetano
1980
117-118 2 p. 267-269
3 p.
artikel
138 Comparative study of He(23 S)-penning ionization and He(I) photoionization of CF4, CCl4, and the chlorofluoromethanes by electron-ion coincidence spectroscopy Kischlat, Walter
1985
117-118 2 p. 273-288
16 p.
artikel
139 Comparison of photoelectron intensities and Franck-Condon factors in the photoionization of H2, HD and D2 Berkowitz, J.
1973
117-118 2 p. 143-152
10 p.
artikel
140 Comparison of site-specific valence band densities of states determined from Auger spectra and XPS-determined valence band spectra in GeS (001) and GeSe (001) Davis, G.D.
1980
117-118 2 p. 135-152
18 p.
artikel
141 Comparison of the relative intensities of penning electron spectra and photoelectron spectra. II. Heterocyclic aromatic molecules Munakata, Toshiaki
1980
117-118 2 p. 235-244
10 p.
artikel
142 Contributions to screening in the solid state by electron systems of remote atoms: Effects to photoelectron and Auger transitions Wagner, C.D.
1982
117-118 2 p. 211-217
7 p.
artikel
143 “Copper chromite” Catalysts: XPS structure elucidation and correlation with catalytic activity Capece, F.M.
1982
117-118 2 p. 119-128
10 p.
artikel
144 Core binding-energy shifts for free negative ions of oxygen: O0 to O2− Bagus, Paul S.
1980
117-118 2 p. 183-190
8 p.
artikel
145 Core electron spectroscopy of water solutions Lundholm, M.
1986
117-118 2 p. 163-180
18 p.
artikel
146 Core hole screening in oxides and screening variations due to oxidation of elements Castellani, N.J.
1991
117-118 2 p. 103-116
14 p.
artikel
147 Core-hole spectra of D+-ArA− molecules in the solid state (D = dialkylamino; A = pyridinium, pyrylium, thiapyrylium) Bigelow, R.W.
1982
117-118 2 p. 149-170
22 p.
artikel
148 Core-level binding energies of solid thallium Mårtensson, Nils
1980
117-118 2 p. 299-301
3 p.
artikel
149 Core level spectroscopies of light rare-earth metals and insulators: single-impurity parameters, relative energy scales and charge screening Baer, Y.
1988
117-118 2 p. 303-313
11 p.
artikel
150 Correlation effects in photoelectron spectra of high-T c superconductive oxides: the hole-induced redistribution of Cu3d states in La2CuO4 Anisimov, V.I.
1990
117-118 2 p. 213-218
6 p.
artikel
151 Correlation effects in the photoelectron spectra of 3d metals Anisimov, V.I.
1985
117-118 2 p. 185-190
6 p.
artikel
152 Correlation of electronic states of the positive ions of xenon tetrafluoride, xenon oxide tetrafluoride, and iodine pentafluoride Dekock, Roger L.
1974
117-118 2 p. 155-161
7 p.
artikel
153 Correlation of selected core-level spectroscopies Chopra, D.
1984
117-118 2 p. 141-152
12 p.
artikel
154 Corrigenda 1981
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1 p.
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155 Corrigendum 1994
117-118 2 p. 179-
1 p.
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156 Corrigendum to “Manifestation of the final states in completely momentum resolved coincidence spectroscopy” Artamonov, O.M
2002
117-118 2 p. 157-
1 p.
artikel
157 Corrigendum to “Morphology, photoluminescence and electronic structure in oxidized silicon nanoclusters” [J. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom. 114–116 (2001) 229–234] Carlisle, J.A.
2005
117-118 2 p. 173-
1 p.
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158 Coupling to the elastic channel in electron impact spectroscopy: A simple second born model and its application to excitation of the 61P1 state of mercury and to the excitation of molecules Bonham, R.A.
1974
117-118 2 p. 85-106
22 p.
artikel
159 Cu X-ray lines in achromatic Mg X-radiation: A cautionary note Evans, Stephen
1979
117-118 2 p. 137-138
2 p.
artikel
160 Deexcitation spectroscopy of core-excited methyl formate Ji, De
1994
117-118 2 p. 233-242
10 p.
artikel
161 Degradation of La0.8Ca0.2MnO3 single crystal surface: Electron spectroscopy studies Chaika, A.N.
2005
117-118 2 p. 101-106
6 p.
artikel
162 Density functional calculation of K-shell spectra of small molecules Chong, Delano P.
2005
117-118 2 p. 115-121
7 p.
artikel
163 Dependence of satellite intensity in X-ray photoelectron spectra of Cu(II) complexes on the spin density on copper Ioffe, M.S.
1977
117-118 2 p. 235-238
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164 Detailed study of the photoionization of the inner-valence shell of PH3 in the photon energy range 30–90 eV Cauletti, C.
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165 Detectability of trapped electrons by XPS Huang, Jan-Tsyu J.
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166 Determination of an energy distribution from stopping potential data Birkhoff, R.D.
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167 Determination of bond lengths of polyatomic species using vibrational frequencies Chau, F.T.
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169 Determination of effective atomic charge,extra-atomic relaxation and madelung energy in chemical compounds on the basis of X-ray photoelectron and auger transition energies Nefedov, V.I.
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170 Determination of geometries and molecular properties of XCN+ ions (where X is Cl, Br, I) through Franck—Condon analyses on the corresponding photoelectron spectra Chau, F.T.
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171 Determination of numerical data from polychromatic ESCA spectra and their verification Richter, K.H.
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172 Determination of Si2p electron attenuation lengths in SiO2 Fulghum, Julia E.
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173 Determination of the reduced thickness of surface layers by means of the substrate method Ebel, Maria F.
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174 Determination of the thickness of a covering layer on a solid by Auger and electron energy-loss spectra without a standard sample Oku, Masaoki
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175 Development of a reference material and reference method to provide a calibration of the instrument intensity scale for differential AES Seah, M.P.
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176 Dielectric response of a silicone liquid excited by VUV radiation and electron scattering Hubbell Jr., H.H.
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177 Difference ESCA spectra as a convenient probe for surface modification of polymers Clark, D.T.
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178 Dipole oscillator strengths for the photoabsorption, photoionization and fragmentation of molecular oxygen Brion, C.E.
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179 Direct calculation of core-electron ionization and relaxation energies using transition potentials. Applications to boron compounds Siegbahn, H.
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180 Disorder broadening of core level photoemission spectra in Cu x Pt1−x alloys Newton, A.W.
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181 Dissociative process in Auger-electron spectra of alloys Ohno, Masahide
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182 Double photoionisation in Rb and Cs in the threshold region Holland, D.M.P.
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183 Editorial 1979
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184 Editorial Board 2008
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185 (e, 2e) spectroscopy of N2—valence momentum distributions and configuration interaction Weigold, E.
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186 Effective atomic charges and charge transfer after photoionization in sulfur compounds and phosphorus compounds Nefedov, V.I.
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187 Effective non-empirical absorption potentials based on quasifree-scattering model Staszewska, Grażyna
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188 Effect of halogen substituents on carbon is ionization energies in haloethenes and haloethanes Saethre, Leif J.
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189 Effect of physical and chemical adsorption of water molecules on YBa2Cu3O7−δ surface composition Gorelov, B.M.
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190 Effect of relaxation and decay of a charge transfer shakeup satellite on Auger-electron spectroscopy spectra and Auger-photoelectron coincidence spectroscopy spectra of adsorbates Ohno, Masahide
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191 Effect of substrate temperature on the surface and interface oxidation of NiTi thin films Li, Y.H.
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192 Effects of photoelectron elastic scattering on angular distribution of photoemission from solids Jalonski, Alexander
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193 Electon spectroscopy using exeted atoms and photons of Penning ionization of the rare gases Briom, C.E.
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194 Electron-attachment spectroscopy: formation and dissociation of negative ions in the fluorochloroethylenes Illenberger, E.
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195 Electron beam effects on hydrated magnesium chloride revealed by XPS Garbassi, F.
1979
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196 Electron energy loss and X-ray photoelectron spectra. Part 2. Phthalocyanine and its Ni, Cu and Co derivatives in their α-form Scrocco, M.
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197 Electron energy loss processes in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Fuggle, J.C.
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198 Electron energy loss spectroscopy of TiC, ZrC and HfC Espinosa-Magaña, F
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199 Electron gun filament supply Birkhoff, R.D.
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200 Electronic and magnetic properties of ultrathin films and interfaces investigated by dichroic core-level photoelectron spectroscopy Henk, J
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201 Electronic and photoelectron spectra of vanadyl(IV) tetraphenylporphyrin Ferrer, Evelina G.
1991
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202 Electronic effects in multibridged cyclophanes as viewed by the indices of excitation Czuchajowski, Leszek
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203 Electronic properties of clean and oxygen exposed GaAs (100) surfaces Szuber, J.
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204 Electronic relaxation processes in the KLL′ auger spectra of the free magnesium atom, solid magnesium and MgO Hoogewijs, R.
1977
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205 Electronic spectra of aliphatic carbonyl compounds by electron impact spectroscopy Tam, Wing-Cheung
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206 Electronic spectra of aliphatic carbonyl compounds by electron impact spectroscopy Tam, Wing-Cheung
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207 Electronic structure of carbyne studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and X-ray emission spectroscopy Kudryavtsev, Yu.P.
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208 Electronic structure of nitroxyl radicals determined by means of photoelectron spectroscopy Zykov, B.G.
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209 Electronic structure of SnCl2 by HeI and HeII gas-phase photoelectron spectroscopy and pseudo-potential calculations Cauletti, C.
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210 Electronic structure of sulfu compounds Guimon, Claude
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211 Electronic structure of sulphur compounds IX. Photoelectron spectra of various 1,2-dithiole-3-thiones Gonbeau, D.
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212 Electronic structure of the valence band for perovskite-type titanium double oxides studied by XPS and DV-Xα cluster calculations Nakamatsu, Hirohide
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213 Electronic structure study of Eu intermetallic compounds by photoelectron spectroscopy Cho, En-Jin
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214 Electron impact spectroscopy of SiF4 and GeF4 Kuroki, Kenro
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215 Electron-induced KLL Auger electron spectroscopy of Fe, Cu and Ge Went, M.R.
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216 Electron loss spectroscopy of water adsorption on aluminum (111) and (100) Smith, Patricia B.
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217 Electron mean free paths in Langmuir—Blodgett multilayers Clark, D.T.
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218 Electron momentum distributions and binding energies for the valence orbitals of hydrogen bromide and hydrogen iodide Brion, C.E.
1982
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219 Electron shake-off in neon and the interaction of continuum states Chattarji, D.
1978
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220 Electron-spectroscopic investigations of Ba and Ba compounds Lampert, W.V.
1982
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221 Electron spectroscopic study of the interaction of oxygen with Co(11 2 0) and of coadsorption with water Grellner, F.
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222 Electron spectroscopy for atoms, molecules and condensed matter - an overview Siegbahn, Kai
1985
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223 Electron spectroscopy observation of the 1s2s 22p 6(2 S) state in atomic fluorine by means of electron impact excitation of the hf molecule Svensson, S.
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224 Electron spectroscopy of atoms and molecules using synchrotron radiation West, J.B
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225 Electron spectroscopy of autoionizing states of oxygen, chlorine and bromine atoms Čermák, V.
1975
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226 Electron spectroscopy of liquid insulators. A MIES study of liquid alkanes on a conducting liquid substrate Morgner, Harald
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227 Electron spectroscopy of the interface carbon layer formation on the cleavage surfaces of the layered semiconductor In4Se3 crystals Galiy, P.V.
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228 Electron spectroscopy using excited atoms and photons Yee, D.S.C.
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229 Emission and laser-excitation spectra of the ≈A 2Π ⇐ ≈X 2Π transition of rotationally cooled bromochloroacetylene cation in the gas phase Klapstein, DIeter
1984
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230 Energies and decay channels of negative ion resonances in acetaldehyde Dressler, Rainer
1986
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231 Energy loss rate and inelastic mean free path of low-energy electrons and positrons in condensed matter Ashley, J.C.
1990
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232 Erratum 1983
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233 Erratum 1983
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234 Erratum 1983
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235 Erratum 1973
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236 Erratum to “Dynamic localization of inner-shell excitations in free atomic and molecular clusters” Pavlychev, A.A
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237 Erratum to “Relationships between electron inelastic mean free paths, effective attenuation lengths, and mean escape depths” Jablonski, A
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238 Erratum to “The hemispherical deflector analyser revisited. I. Motion in the ideal 1/r potential, generalized entry conditions, Kepler orbits and spectrometer basic equation” [J. Electron. Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom. 125 (2002) 221–248] Zouros, T.J.M.
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239 ESCA investigations of ion beam effects on surfaces Storp, S.
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240 Escape probability of signal photoelectrons from non-crystalline solids: influence of anisotropy of photoemission Tilinin, I.S.
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241 ESCA (Photoelectron Spectroscopy) Workshop 1972
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242 ESCA studies of CO2, CS2 and COS Allan, C.J.
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243 Esca studies of Ga, As, GaAs, Ga2O3, As2O3 and As2O5 Mizokawa, Yusuke
1978
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244 Estimation of core electron binding energies for free atoms: A test of the validity of the equivalent cores approximation Adams, D.B.
1973
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245 Estimation of the thickness or composition of a covering layer on a solid by XPS or AES Hirokawa, Kichinosuke
1981
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246 Etude par spectrometrie de photoelectrons de la structure electronique des enynes conjugues Carlier, P.
1979
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247 Etude par spectrometrie de photoelectrons de la structure electronique des phenyl-alcynes conjugues Carlier, P.
1979
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248 Evaluation of XPS for the quantitative determination of surface coverages: fluoride adsorption on hydrous ferric oxide particles Fulghum, Julia E.
1989
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249 Excitation of inner-shell states of CO2, COS, CS2, N2O and C2H2 by low energy electron impact Harrison, I.
1987
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250 Excitation of optically forbidden transitions in argon and neon by electron impact Tam, Wing-Cheung
1973
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251 Excited-state photoelectron spectra of the one-photon forbidden C 3IIg rydberg state of molecular oxygen Katsumata, Shunji
1986
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252 Experimental and theoretical studies of electron binding energies for water adsorbed on α-alumina Almy, D.B.
1977
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253 First-principles study on the origin of optical transitions to be associated with F colour centers for PbWO4 crystals Yi, Zhijun
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254 Fluorine Kα radiation for the excitation of electron spectra Berndtsson, A.
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255 Formation of ultrathin films of iron oxide on Cu(110) Yagasaki, E.
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256 Four-step transition and quantitative auger method using chemical standards. Evaluation of the electron mean free path in rutile Minh Duc, Bui
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257 Full geometry optimizations of core ionized species and their equivalent core ions: an ab initio study of energies, geometries, charges and vibrational frequencies Adams, David B.
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258 Gas phase and solid state X-ray photoelectron spectra of the substituted acetylenes (SF5) n C2 (CF3)2−n (n = 0, 1, 2): A comparison of the pentafluorosulfur and trifluoromethyl groups Brant, Patrick
1981
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259 Gas phase UPS study of naphtho[1,8-cd: 4,5-c'd'] bis[1,2,6] thiadiazine Boutique, J.P.
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260 Gold at the Si(111)-Pd interface; modification of atomic interdiffusion Abbati, I.
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261 Handbook of He(I) photoelectron spectra of fundamental organic molecules Robin, M.B.
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262 Hartree-Fock study on the lower excited states of a Cu+ impurity in NaF using large embedded clusters Linker, G.J.
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263 Hartree-Slater subshell photoionization cross-sections at 1254 and 1487 eV Scofield, J.H.
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264 He(I)- AND He(II)- Excited photoelectron spectra of bis (pentamethylcyclopentadienyl) zirconiumdichloride Fragalà, Ignazio
1980
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265 He(I) and He(II) photoelectron investigation of the electronic structure of tropolone and of the related anion ligand Bruno, Giovanni
1983
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266 He(I) and He(II) photoelectron spectra of glycine and related molecules Cannington, P.H.
1983
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267 He(I) and He(II) photoelectron spectra of simple nitroalkanes Mok, C.Y.
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268 HeI asymmetry parameters and partial photoionization cross-sections of CFCL3 Cauletti, C.
1988
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269 He(I)/He(II) photoelectron band intensity ratios for simple organic molecules Cannington, P.H.
1983
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270 He(I)/He(II) Sn 5p photoionization cross sections: definitive evidence from the spectra of Sn2(CH3)6 Granozzi, G.
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271 He II photoelectron spectra of bifurans and thienylfurans Novak, I.
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272 He(II) photoelectron spectra of esters Cannington, P.H.
1985
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273 He(I) photoelectron spectra of chloro-, vinyl- and acetyl-pyridines Modelli, Alberto
1981
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274 He (Iα) photoelectron spectra of some higher aromatic perfluoro compounds Bastide, J.
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275 He(I) photoelectron spectra of various alkylamines Takahashi, Masao
1985
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276 He I photoelectron spectroscopic studies of the electronic structure of 2(3H) furanone and 2(5H) furanone Wang Dianxun,
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277 HeI photoelectron spectroscopic study of vitamin A and its derivatives Katsumata, Shunji
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278 He(I) Photoelectron spectroscopy of transient species: fluorothiocyanate (FSCN) Jonkers, G.
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279 High energy xps using a monochromated Ag Lα source: resolution, sensitivity and photoelectric cross sections Edgell, M.J.
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280 Higher excited states of polyatomic molecules, vol. III Maier, J.P.
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281 High momentum range of electron momentum distributions investigated by means of high energy (e, 2e) collisions Lahmam-Bennani, A.
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282 High resolution angle-resolved photoelectron spectrum of CO2, excited with polarized resonance radiation Veenhuizen, H.
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283 High-resolution auger spectra of adsorbates Fuggle, J.C.
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284 High temperature photoelectron spectroscopy: a study of the alkali monohydroxides LiOH, NaOH and KOH Dyke, J.M.
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285 Identification of co-induced chemisorption levels on Ni (110) by electron energy-loss spectroscopy Küppers, J.
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286 IFC Editor Board 2006
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287 IFC Editor Board 2005
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288 IFC Editor Board 2005
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289 Imaging properties of electrostatic energy analyzers with toroidal fields Wannberg, B.
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290 Implementation of an efficient analytical approximation to the Voigt function for photoemission lineshape analysis McLean, A.B.
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291 Implication of X-ray photoelectron intensities for a layer model of GaAs surface Demanet, C.M.
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292 Implications of the photoelectron spectrum of a methylene-bridged, dinuclear transition-metal complex Vites, J.
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293 Influence de la polarisation des liaisons sur les spectres esca des oxydes de cobalt Bonnelle, J.P.
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294 Influence of nondipolar parameters on the XPS intensities in solids Nefedov, V.I
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295 Influence of the geometric structure on the V L3 near edge X-ray absorption fine structure from vanadium phosphorus oxide catalysts Hävecker, Michael
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296 Influence of the symmetry on the circular dichroism in angular resolved core-level photoemission Fecher, G.H.
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297 Inner-shell and valence-shell electronic excitation of cyclopropane and ethylene oxide by high resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy Sze, K.H.
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298 Inner shell electron energy loss spectra of the methyl amines and ammonia Sodhi, Rana N.S.
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299 Inner-shell excitation of η5-C5H5Co(CO)2 and related compounds studied by gas phase electron energy loss spectroscopy Rühl, E.
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300 Inner-shell excitation of formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and acetone studied by electron impact Hitchcock, A.P.
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301 Inner valence region of CO+ studied by threshold photoelectron-photoion coincidence spectroscopy Hikosaka, Y
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302 Interaction of low-energy electrons with silicon dioxide Ashley, J.C.
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303 Interaction of oxygen with a stainless-steel surface studied by electron spectroscopy Jardin, C.
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304 Interlaboratory tests of a composite reference sample to calibrate Auger electron spectrometers in the differential mode Seah, M.P.
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305 Internal scattering in a single pass cylindrical mirror analyses El Bakush, T.A.
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306 International conference on metallurgical coatings 1977
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307 International Conference on Polymer-Solid Interfaces 1991
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308 International conference on vibrations at surfaces institute for research in interface sciences 1980
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309 Interpretation of ghost lines in secondary-electron spectra determined by XPS Gurker, N.
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310 Inverse photoemission spectrometer in the range 20–100 eV Chauvet, G.
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311 Investigating the structure of the Tin M45N45N45 auger spectrum using auger photoelectron coincidence spectroscopy Creagh, C.A
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312 Investigation of the band structure of germanium chalcogenides by means of photoelectron spectroscopy Kosakov, A.
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313 Investigation of the electronic structure of SmCo5 by means of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Shabanova, I.N.
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314 Ion bombardment-induced decomposition of Li and Ba sulfates and carbonates studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Contarini, Salvatore
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315 Ionisation of cyanate ions in solution Ballard, R.E.
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316 Ionization band profile analysis in valence photoelectron spectroscopy Lichtenberger, Dennis L.
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317 Ionization potentials of unstable species: Photoelectron spectrum of fulvenallene Botter, R.
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318 James R. Durig, Vibrational spectra and structure McGuire, G.E.
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319 Kinetic-energy shifts in vapour-phase auger-electron spectra of sodium halide molecules Väyrynen, J.
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320 Kinetic energy study of the ion fragments produced by dissociative photoionization of nitric oxide Lu, Y.
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321 Kramers–Kronig transform for the surface energy loss function Tan, G.L.
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322 Lack of solid state effects in the Cr3d photoionization cross section Puppin, E.
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324 Low-energy Coster—Kronig spectra of atomic and metallic manganese Väyrynen, Juhani
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325 Low-energy double plasmon satellites in the X-ray spectra of metals Srivastava, K.S.
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326 Low energy electron attenuation length studies in thin amorphous carbon films Martin, Charles
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327 Low energy electron spectroscopy of N2 in the 11.8–13.8 eV energy range Joyez, G.
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328 Low energy photoelectron spectroscopy of solids. Aspects of experimental methodology concerning metals and insulators Connor, J.A.
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329 Low-energy secondary emission from silver Maglietta, M.
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333 Mass spectrometric study of the repolymerization of (SN) x Besenyei, Elizabeth
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334 Matrix effects in auger analysis Jain, N.C.
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335 Measurement of ionization cross sections of inner shells by AES Zaporozchenko, V.I.
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336 Measurement of the energy dependences of the photoelectron angular distribution parameters for Ar 3p and Kr 4p electrons using an electron-electron coincidence experiment Branton, G.R.
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337 Mechanism of X-ray-induced degradation of pyromellitic dianhydride Strunskus, T.
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338 Mercury(II) chalcogenides. X-ray and electron-energy-loss spectra Scrocco, Marisa
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339 Metal dispersion and uniformity in supported palladium and ruthenium catalysts by Auger electron spectroscopy Bossi, A.
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340 Methods in carbon K-edge NEXAFS: Experiment and analysis Watts, B.
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341 Miniature electron bombardment sample evaporation source for ESCA Nornes, S.
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342 Molecular orbital momentum distributions and binding energies for H2O using an electron impact coincidence spectrometer Hood, S.T.
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343 Mössbauer spectra at 77 K of products formed during transformation of iron(II) hydroxide containing zinc(II) ion to Zn-bearing ferrite in aqueous suspension by air oxidation Kanzaki, Tadao
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344 Multi-peak ESCA bands of nitroanilines Pignataro, S.
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346 Multiple surface plasmon excitations in overlayers of K and Na on Ru(001) Zharnikov, M.
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347 Multireference CI calculations of radiative transition probabilities between low lying quartet states of the C2 + ion Rosmus, P.
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348 Nb 3d and O 1s core levels and chemical bonding in niobates Atuchin, V.V.
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349 New directions in the study of atomic autoionizing states Cooper, John W.
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350 Ninth Annual Conference (1975) of the Thin Films and Surfaces Group of the Institute of Physics 1974
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351 Nitrogen diffusion as a function of surface pretreatment in molybdenum nitride films formed by N2 + bombardment Shamir, Noah
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352 30.4-nm He(II) photoelectron spectra of organic molecules Åsbrink, Leif
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353 30.4-nm He (II) photoelectron spectra of organic molecules Bieri, Gerhard
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354 30.4-nm He(II) Photoelectron spectra of organic molecules Bieri, Gerhard
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355 30.4-nm He (II) photoelectron spectra of organic molecules von Niessen, Wolfgang
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356 30.4 nm He (II) photoelectron spectra of organic molecules Part VI. Halogeno-compounds (C, H, X; X = Cl, Br, I) von Niessen, Wolfgang
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357 Note on the formation of surface carbides Selvam, P.
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358 Obituary Heilbronner, E.
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359 Obituary E. Heilbronner, Professor
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360 Observation of bending modes in the X 2 πu state of the acetylene ion using He(I) photoelectron spectrometry Dehmer, P.M.
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361 On electron scatter and the sensitivity of photoelectron spectrometers Barker, S.L.
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362 On the core and valence energy levels of fluorobenzene Clark, D.T.
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363 On the empirical correlation schemes for ionization energies in ring compounds Kuhn, Hans Jochen
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364 On the interpretation of weak intensity features in the low-lying valence level photoemission spectra of selected aromatic amines: diphenylamine, carbazole and N-alkyl substituted analogs Bigelow, Richard W.
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365 On the intrinsic resolution of the LHS-10 electron spectrometer Van Eenbergen, A.
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366 On the nature of the “free electron pair” on phosphorus in aromatic phosphorus compounds: The photoelectron spectrum of 2-phosphanaphthalene Schäfer, Werner
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367 On the occurrence of photo-induced reactions during X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic measurements Copperthwaite, Richard G.
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368 On the photoelectron spectra of UO2 Beatham, N.
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369 On the photoelectron spectrum of PN Domcke, W.
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370 On the relation between XPS and AES relaxation energies in metals Castellani, N.J.
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371 On the separation of initial and final state effects in photoelectron spectroscopy using an extension of the auger-parameter concept Hohlneicher, George
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372 On the splitting of the 3s core levels in x-ray photoelectron spectra of transition metal compounds Viinikka, Eeva-Kaarina
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373 Orbital relaxation in X-ray emission and ESCA transitions of the vanadate ion Gubanov, V.A.
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374 Organometallic adsorption on semiconductors: a synchrotron radiation photoemission study of ferrocene and nickelocene on Si(111)2×1 Zanoni, R.
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375 Oxygen-induced secondary substituent effects in polymer XPS spectra Pijpers, A.P.
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376 Partial densities of valence states for AgBr Matzdorf, R.
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377 Particle–hole interaction effect on a core-level XPS spectrum II Ohno, Masahide
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378 4p-4d fano-like resonance in rhodium Murgai, V.
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379 Penning ionization electron spectra of nitro compounds Chin, W.S.
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380 Penning ionization electron spectroscopy of molecules containing the CN group Čermaák, V.
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381 Performance and application of a high energy monochromated Cu Kα1 X-ray source for the electron spectroscopy of materials Beamson, G.
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382 Perturbations in applied electron spectroscopy caused by the vicinity of the surface Siuda, R.
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383 PES at IC. Some personal recollections Turner, D.W.
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384 Photodissociation of methyl fluoride clusters Rühl, E.
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385 Photoelectron and electron impact spectrum of HCN Fridh, C.
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386 Photoelectron and electron transmission spectra of thiete 1,1-dioxide, thietane 1,1-dioxide and related compounds. The sulfone effect on a highly react Martin, Hans-Dieter
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387 Photoelectron asymmetries and two-electron satellites near the 3p → 3d giant-resonance region in atomic Mn Kobrin, P.H.
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388 Photoelectron asymmetry parameters of Ar, Kr, Xe, H2, N2, O2, CO and CO2: New measurements and a reconsideration of literature data Kreile, J.
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390 Photoelectron diffraction effects in XPS angular distributions from GaAs(110) and Ge(110) single crystals Owari, Masanori
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391 Photoelectron spectra of adsorbed carbonates Barteau, M.A.
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392 Photoelectron spectra of alkali halides by use of zirconium Mζ and other X-rays Ohta, Toshiaki
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393 Photoelectron spectra of bicyclic peroxides Gleiter, Rolf
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394 Photoelectron spectra of carbonyls, carbonates, oxalates and esterification effects McGlynn, S.P.
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395 Photoelectron spectra of ethylene and of the six deuterated derivatives Carlier, J.
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396 Photoelectron spectra of Ga20, In20 and Tl20 Ruščic, B.
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397 Photoelectron spectra of some aromatic mono- and di-ketones McAlduff, E.J.
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398 Photoelectron spectra of trans-azobenzene and benzalaniline Kobayashi, Tsunetoshi
1975
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399 Photoelectron spectroscopic assignment of symmetry to the ground state and first excited state of the 1,4-cyclohexadiene radical cation Heilbronner, E.
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400 Photoelectron spectroscopic assignment of the p-states of benzenethiol Carnovale, F.
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401 Photoelectron spectroscopic detection of vinyl alcohol, CH2CHOH: evidence for the syn and anti rotamers Matti, George Y.
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402 Photoelectron spectroscopic studies of (α-naphthyl)-(CH2)4-(α-naphthyl) vapor: Open chain or cyclic conformation? Berkowitz, J.
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403 Photoelectron spectroscopic study of X-ray induced reduction of CeO2 Rama Rao, M.V.
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404 Photoelectron spectroscopy: An introduction to ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy in the gas phase Brundle, C.R.
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405 Photoelectron spectroscopy of liquids: External ionization energies Nemec, L.
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406 Photoelectron spectroscopy of nitric oxide between threshold and 972 Å Gardner, J.L.
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407 Photoelectron spectroscopy of solids using gas-phase spectrometers Potts, A.W.
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408 Photoelectron spectroscopy of some thiocyanates, isocyanates and isothiocyanates Neijzen, B.J.M.
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409 Photoelectron spectroscopy of sulfur heterocycles adsorbed onto a Cu(110) surface Thomas, Terence M.
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411 Photoelectron spectroscopy: The effects of steric inhibition to resonance in anilines Cowling, S.A.
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412 Photoelectron spectroscopy verification of highly charged silver ions in the ethylenebis(biguanide)-silver(III) complex ion Zatko, David A.
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413 Photoelectron spectrum of tetraiodosilane Novak, Igor
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414 Photoelektronenspektren und konformationsverhalten von hydroxylamin und methylhydroxylaminen Rademacher, Paul
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415 Photoemission and theoretical studies of the electronic structure of molecular nitrogen on nickel Bagus, P.S.
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416 Photoemission from gaseous and condensed molecular carborane cluster molecules Byun, Dongjin
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417 Photoexcited K Auger spectra of atomic and molecular oxygen Caldwell, C.D.
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418 Photoionization cross sections: He I and He II photoelectron spectra of fluorine compounds Schweig, A.
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419 Photoionization of acetylene near the threshold Avaldi, L.
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420 Photoionization of the first- and second-row atom hydrides using synchrotron radiation:β measurements for the outer- and inner-valence shells Adam, M.Y.
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421 Photon stimulated ion desorption from condensed chloroform on Si(100) at the Cl and Si K-edges Rocco, M.L.M.
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422 Physical sciences data 20, inductively coupled plasma — atomic emission spectroscopy. An atlas of spectral information Munro, H.
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423 Polymer analysis by Auger electron spectroscopy using sectioning and cryogenic cooling Kikuma, Jun
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424 Post collision interaction in the L3–M4,5M4,5 Auger spectra in solid state copper Coward, D.M
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425 Practical surface analysis by auger and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Oelhafen, P.
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426 Preface A. Grimm, Fred
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427 Primary products of the reactions of fluorine atoms with CH3OH, CH3SH and CH3OCH3 studied with ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy Baker, J.
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428 Probing oxygen and nitrogen bonding sites in chitosan by X-ray emission Kurmaev, E.Z
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429 Proposed high-resolution and high count rate time-of-flight photoelectron energy analyzer for solid state samples Aleksandrovsky, A.S.
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430 Publisher's note 2006
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431 Quantitative ARXPS depth profiling characterisation of native oxides grown on In0.53Ga0.47As(100) single crystals Dal Colle, Maurizio
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432 Quantitative determination of the surface composition of binary liquid mixtures. A new method and application Morgner, H.
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433 Quantitative XPS analysis of high T c superconductor surfaces Jablonski, A.
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434 Quasi-conical energy analyzers for electron spectroscopy Protopopov, O.D.
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435 Quasi-molecular angle dependence of photoemission from thin films of polystyrene Ueno, N.
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436 Radiationless Processes 1982
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437 Reactivity of molybdenum disulfide surfaces studied by XPS Suzuki, Kunio
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438 Reactivity towards oxygen of Te Si(100) surfaces investigated by ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and low energy electron diffraction spectroscopy Di Nardo, S.
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439 Relation between the photoemission spectra and the electronic density of states of small metallic clusters Castellani, N.J.
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440 Relationship between the auger parameter and the energy gap Moretti, G.
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441 Relative core level shifts in XPS: a theoretical study Cole, R.J
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442 Relative intensities in the He(I) and He(II) photoelectron spectra of benzoyl chloride Gofman, M.M.
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443 Relative intensities in X-ray photoelectron spectra. Yarzhemsky, V.G.
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444 Relative intensities in X-ray photoelectron spectra Baschenko, O.A.
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445 Relative intensities in x-ray photoelectron spectra. Part II Nefedov, V.I.
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446 Relative intensities in X-ray photoelectron spectra. Part IX. Estimates for photoelectron mean free paths taking into account elastic collisions in a solid Baschenko, O.A.
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447 Relative sensitivity factors of titanium, vanadium, chromium and cobalt against iron for auger electron spectroscopy Hirokawa, Kichinosuke
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448 Relativistic core binding energies of selected atoms: Comparison with experiment and other calculations Key, R.J.
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449 Relativistic effects in the calibration of electrostatic electron analyzers. II. Parallel plate and cylindrical mirror analyzers Keski-Rahkonen, O.
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450 Relativistic effects in the calibration of electrostatic electron analyzers. I. Toroidal analyzers Keski-Rahkonen, O.
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451 Relaxation energies for photoionization of tellurium Bahl, M.K.
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452 Relaxation energies of oxygen auger transitions in some oxides Humbert, P.
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453 Re-measurements of partial photoionization cross-sections of CH4, NH3 and H2O at 58.4 nm by He(I) photoelectron spectroscopy Achiba, Y.
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454 Reminiscences of Bill Price Garton, W.R.S.
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455 Reply to “Comments on the photoelectron spectrum of adamantane” Schmidt, W.
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456 Resonance trapping effects in stepwise electron/laser excitation Wang, J.B.
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457 Resonant dissociative attachment of electrons to molecules of five-membered heterocyclic compounds and lactams Muftakhov, M.V.
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458 Results of a joint auger/esca round robin sponsored by astm committee E-42 on surface analysis. Part II. Auger results Powell, C.J.
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459 R. Lenk, Fluctuations, diffusion and spin relaxation McGuire, G.E.
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460 Role of differential correlation energy in core ionization of pyrrole and pyridine Carniato, Stéphane
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461 Rotational fine structure in the UV photoelectron spectra of HF and HCl Edvardsson, D.
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462 Satellites in the X-ray photoelectron spectra of transition metal oxides Hegde, M.S.
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463 Scattered-electron rejection in electron transmission spectroscopy Johnston, A.R.
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464 Scattered-wave calculations of photoionization cross-sections and asymmetry parameters for CO, H2O and H2S Roche, Michel
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465 Secondary electron emission control in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Vilan, Ayelet
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466 Semi-empirical elemental sensitivities for quantitative auger electron spectroscopic analysis Payling, Richard
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467 Semiempirical studies of core electron binding energies Part II. SCC-MO Calculations for uracil and its derivatives Maksić, Z.B.
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468 Sensitivity factors for XPS analysis of surface atoms Wagner, C.D.
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469 Simple model for electron inelastic mean free paths: Application to condensed organic materials Ashley, J.C.
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470 Single orbital relaxations accompanying core ionization in the isoelectronic series CH4, NH3, H2O, HF and Ne Clark, David T.
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471 Sixth International Conference on Thin Films August 13–17, 1984, Stockholm, Sweden 1983
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472 Smoothing by spline functions: applications in electron spectroscopy Losev, A.
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473 Soft X-ray emission and absorption spectroscopy of hydrofullerene Muramatsu, Yasuji
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474 Solid state effects in the M 4,5 N 4,5 N 4,5 Auger electron spectrum of cadmium Aksela, S.
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475 Some lineshape transformations for Fourier transform resolution enhancement of photoelectron spectra Lloyd, J.
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476 Spectral noise removal by new digital smoothing routine Battistoni, C.
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477 Spectrométrie électronique (ESCA) appliquée à la caractérisation de dérivés oxygénés de chrome et de sodium, NaxCryOz. Lavielle, L.
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478 Spectroscopic studies of thiazyl bromide, NSBr Allaf, A.W.
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479 Spin resolved photoemission study of oxygen on thin cobalt films Getzlaff, Mathias
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480 Spontaneously organized molecular assembly of an aromatic organic disulfide on silver/platinum alloy surfaces: an angle dependent X-ray photoemission investigation Bandyopadhyay, K.
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481 Stacking of elementary non-porous particles as an XPS intensity model for supported heterogeneous catalysts: experimental assessment of validity Defosse, C.
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482 Statistical properties of Auger amplitudes and rates Kynien≐, R.
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483 STM and AES study of the relation between ion sputter induced roughness and depth resolution Kojima, Isao
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484 Structural, vibrational and electronic properties of fullerene and epitaxial C60 (1 1 1) films grown on GeS (0 0 1): a review Gensterblum, G
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485 Studies of the X-ray absorption spectra of some methylcyano esters Takahashi, Osamu
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487 Study of satellite structure found in the photoelectron spectra of gaseous alkenes Carlson, T.A.
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488 Study of the chemical bonding of titanium with silicon and oxygen by AES and SEELS Sharma, J.K.N.
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491 Study of triplet states and short-lived negative ions by means of electron impact spectroscopy Allan, Michael
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494 Subject index 1990
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495 Subject index 1982
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2 p.
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496 Subject index 1988
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3 p.
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497 Subject index 1981
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3 p.
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498 Subject index 1986
117-118 2 p. 471-473
3 p.
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499 Subject index 1989
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500 Suggested explanation for the variation of the asymmetry parameter β over the viibrational states of N2 + X 2 Σg + in the regi Grimm, F.A.
1980
117-118 2 p. 245-248
4 p.
artikel
501 Surface analysis and angular distributions in x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Fadley, C.S.
1974
117-118 2 p. 93-137
45 p.
artikel
502 Surface analysis of Ni/Al alloys by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Holm, R.
1976
117-118 2 p. 139-147
9 p.
artikel
503 Surface electronic structure–catalytic activity relationship of partially reduced WO3 bulk or deposited on TiO2 Al-Kandari, H.
2006
117-118 2 p. 128-134
7 p.
artikel
504 Surface photoemission from Si(100) and inelastic electron mean-free-path in silicon Pi, T.-W
2000
117-118 2 p. 163-176
14 p.
artikel
505 Surface reaction of SO2 with machined (polycrystalline) Zn, Cd, Cu and Ag surfaces studied by He I/II photoelectron spectroscopy Tournas, A.D.
1995
117-118 2 p. 231-238
8 p.
artikel
506 Symposium on electron- and soft-X-ray-spectroscopy - Second notice 1975
117-118 2 p. 179-180
2 p.
artikel
507 Symposium on polymer surfaces 1977
117-118 2 p. 201-
1 p.
artikel
508 Synchrotron spectroscopy of molecules at high resolution Connerade, J.P
1995
117-118 2 p. 173-190
18 p.
artikel
509 Systematic HeI UPS study of chlorothiophenes Veszprémi, T.
1988
117-118 2 p. 269-271
3 p.
artikel
510 The adsorption of ammonia on an Fe(110) single-crystal surface studied by high-resolution electron energy-loss spectroscopy (eels) Erley, W.
1983
117-118 2 p. 161-174
14 p.
artikel
511 The alignment of spectrometers and quantitative measurements in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Seah, M.P.
1997
117-118 2 p. 159-167
9 p.
artikel
512 The analytical form of the Shirley-type background Végh, János
1988
117-118 2 p. 411-417
7 p.
artikel
513 The angular distribution of the 3p electrons and the partial cross section of the 3s electrons of argon from threshold to 70 eV Houlgate, R.G.
1976
117-118 2 p. 205-209
5 p.
artikel
514 The anisotropy of X-ray emission spectra for 2H-MoS2 single crystals Yarmoshenko, Yu.M.
1983
117-118 2 p. 103-112
10 p.
artikel
515 The application of Fourier transform techniques to the problem of deconvolution in photoelectron spectroscopy Beatham, N.
1976
117-118 2 p. 129-148
20 p.
artikel
516 The calculation of initial-state effects on inner-shell ionization energies Børve, Knut J.
2000
117-118 2 p. 155-161
7 p.
artikel
517 The contribution of characteristic energy losses in the core-level X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy peaks of TiN and (Ti, Al)N studied by electron energy loss spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy leR. Strydom, I.
1991
117-118 2 p. 85-103
19 p.
artikel
518 The development of angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy; 1900–1960 Jenkin, John G.
1981
117-118 2 p. 187-273
87 p.
artikel
519 The effect of the next nearest neighbor ion on the X-ray photoelectron spectra of 2p levels for Co2+, Ni2+ and Cu2+ in MgO Oku, Masaoki
1977
117-118 2 p. 103-110
8 p.
artikel
520 The effects of high scan rates on peak positions in AES Slavin, A.J.
1986
117-118 2 p. 181-186
6 p.
artikel
521 The effects of nonlinearities on XPS calibration Lee, R.N.
1982
117-118 2 p. 195-202
8 p.
artikel
522 The electron energy-loss and Auger spectra of Ir4(CO)12: Comparison with XPS shake-up and UV-absorption spectra Netzer, F.P.
1980
117-118 2 p. 199-211
13 p.
artikel
523 The electronic structure of tetrathiofulvalene Gleiter, R.
1973
117-118 2 p. 207-210
4 p.
artikel
524 The electronic structure of the S8 molecule Richardson, N.V.
1975
117-118 2 p. 109-116
8 p.
artikel
525 The electronic structure, x-ray photoelectron and emission spectra of YOF Rizhkov, M.
1980
117-118 2 p. 227-233
7 p.
artikel
526 The energy dependence of photoelectron peak intensities, Part I: Experimental methods Hecht, M.H.
1985
117-118 2 p. 211-237
27 p.
artikel
527 The energy-dependence of the Au 4f photoionization cross-section Johansson, L.I.
1980
117-118 2 p. 271-274
4 p.
artikel
528 The energy dependence of the 4d partial photoionization cross section in metallic Ag and in Ag atoms on Si at the cooper minimum and near the 4d threshold Ardehali, M.
1989
117-118 2 p. 353-362
10 p.
artikel
529 The experimental study of Ba 6p j nk |M|=0, 1 autoionizing series Liu, Yong-Ping
2005
117-118 2 p. 91-96
6 p.
artikel
530 The formation and destruction of doubly-charged polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon cations in the interstellar medium Leach, Sydney
1986
117-118 2 p. 427-438
12 p.
artikel
531 The fragmentation of CH4 + ions from photoionization between 12 and 40 eV Field, Thomas A.
1995
117-118 2 p. 209-216
8 p.
artikel
532 The geometric factor in the angle-integrated escape probability in electron spectroscopy Puckrin, E.
1991
117-118 2 p. 207-212
6 p.
artikel
533 The halogenation of polycrystalline zinc studied by He(I)/(II) photoelectron spectroscopy Potts, A.W.
1986
117-118 2 p. 99-108
10 p.
artikel
534 The He(I) and He(II) photoelectron spectra of bis (2,4,6-tri-t-butylphenyl)-diphosphene Çetinkaya, B.
1983
117-118 2 p. 133-137
5 p.
artikel
535 The He(I) and X-ray photoelectron spectra of some substituted benzalmalonitrile compounds Katrib, A.
1989
117-118 2 p. 233-245
13 p.
artikel
536 The He(I) photoelectron spectra of some conjugated carbonyl acetylene compounds, HCCC(O)X, X = H, F, Cl, OH, CH3 Klapstein, Dieter
1987
117-118 2 p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
537 The He(I) photoelectron spectra of the alkyl hypochlorites, ROCl (R = Me, Et and t-Bu) Colbourne, D.
1981
117-118 2 p. 109-117
9 p.
artikel
538 The HeI photoelectron spectra of the isoelectronic molecules, cyanogen azide, NCN3, and cyanogen isocyanate, NCNCO Frost, D.C.
1977
117-118 2 p. 147-156
10 p.
artikel
539 The high-temperature photoelectron spectra of alkaline-earth chlorides and iodides Hammer, C.A.
1978
117-118 2 p. 149-151
3 p.
artikel
540 The σI inductive substituent parameter as a measure of electronegativity, x Sacher, E.
1989
117-118 2 p. 375-378
4 p.
artikel
541 The importance of electron correlation satellites in the silicon 2p Auger spectrum for the SiF4 molecule Larkins, F.P.
1994
117-118 2 p. 275-287
13 p.
artikel
542 The importance of ligand-field splitting in the interpretation of the HBr Br3d pre-edge photoabsorption (EELS) spectrum, the Br3d photoelectron spectrum, and the MVV Auger spectrum Liu, Z.F.
1994
117-118 2 p. 299-308
10 p.
artikel
543 The influence of electron scattering on the lineshape of auger and photoelectron spectra Mikhailov, G.M.
1986
117-118 2 p. 109-124
16 p.
artikel
544 The influence of non-dipolar transitions on the angular photoelectron distribution Nefedov, V.I
2000
117-118 2 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
545 The interaction of O2 with Cu/Ni(100) and Cu/NiO/Ni(100) surfaces studied by XPS Kishi, Kosaku
1989
117-118 2 p. 421-434
14 p.
artikel
546 The interpretation of binary (e, 2e) spectroscopy using spin-coupled theory Allan, Neil L.
1987
117-118 2 p. 127-148
22 p.
artikel
547 The ionization patterns of cyanomethanes H4−n C(CN) n and their assignment Dammel, R.
1986
117-118 2 p. 311-323
13 p.
artikel
548 The L Auger spectra of 64 155Gd, 65 159Tb, 67 165Ho and 70 171Yb from radioactive decay Kovalík, A.
1992
117-118 2 p. 71-100
30 p.
artikel
549 The mapping of charges in carbonyl complexes of some transition elements from XPS data Folkesson, Börje
1990
117-118 2 p. 267-276
10 p.
artikel
550 The mechanism of near-UV photoemission from H2O- induced electron states on alkali fluoride (100) faces Ernst, Lajos
1989
117-118 2 p. C1-C6
nvt p.
artikel
551 The natural procedure for the auto-deconvolution of CVV-type Auger peaks Szabo, P.
1984
117-118 2 p. 115-121
7 p.
artikel
552 The nature of the phosphorus-metal bond in triphenylphosphine—transition metal complexes (Pd[P(C6H5)3]4, Rh(CO)Cl[P(C6H5)3]2 and Ir(CO)Cl[P(C6H5)3]2. A direct determination of the importance of P3d and PC σ∗ orbitals in ‘back-bonding’ by X-ray emission spectroscopy Bourg, Caroline
1995
117-118 2 p. 163-172
10 p.
artikel
553 Theoretical and experimental studies of the valence photoemission spectrum of propionitrile Ohno, M.
1996
117-118 2 p. 149-154
6 p.
artikel
554 Theoretical investigation of the Auger and photoion-yield spectra resulting from 3d photoionization or 3d→4f excitation of atomic Eu Jonauskas, V.
2000
117-118 2 p. 147-154
8 p.
artikel
555 Theoretical investigation of the energy dependence of photoionization cross-sections and angular distributions of photoemission of CH4 and CF4 Rosi, M.
1986
117-118 2 p. 439-452
14 p.
artikel
556 Theoretical investigation of UV photoelectron spectra of pyridine compound molecules Yang, Li
1997
117-118 2 p. 141-157
17 p.
artikel
557 Theoretical investigation on the ionic main and satellite states of some quinone and benzene like molecules: a search for low lying satellite states Von Niessen, W.
1986
117-118 2 p. 235-264
30 p.
artikel
558 Theoretical organic chemistry 1976
117-118 2 p. 169-
1 p.
artikel
559 Theoretical study of the valence photoelectron spectrum of UF6 Onoe, Jun
1994
117-118 2 p. 89-93
5 p.
artikel
560 Theory of many-body effects in valence, core-level and isochromat spectroscopies along the 3d transition metal series of oxides Parlebas, J.C.
1995
117-118 2 p. 117-139
23 p.
artikel
561 The participant Coster–Kronig preceded Auger transition in the resonant L2,3-M2,3V Auger electron spectrum of Ti metal Ohno, Masahide
2008
117-118 2 p. 74-82
9 p.
artikel
562 The photoelectron spectra of arsenic tribromide and arsenic triiodide Peel, J.B.
1976
117-118 2 p. 175-183
9 p.
artikel
563 The photoelectron spectra of methylgermane, trifluoro- and trichloro-methylgermane Drake, John E.
1979
117-118 2 p. 73-80
8 p.
artikel
564 The photoelectron spectra of some gaseous thallium(I) oxyanion salts Schweitzer, G.K.
1977
117-118 2 p. 155-167
13 p.
artikel
565 The photoelectron spectra of some iron tricarbonyl complexes of 4π-electron donor ligands Worley, S.D.
1980
117-118 2 p. 189-198
10 p.
artikel
566 The photoelectron spectrum and molecular geometry of bicyclo[2.1.1]hexane Della, Ernest W.
1984
117-118 2 p. 163-169
7 p.
artikel
567 The photoelectron spectrum of phosphabenzene, and matching model calculations, transcribed into music Leach, Sydney
1986
117-118 2 p. 181-186
6 p.
artikel
568 The polyimide (PMDA-ODA) titanium interface. Part 3. A theoretical study Girardeaux, C.
1996
117-118 2 p. 209-220
12 p.
artikel
569 The prediction of core-level binding-energy shifts from CNDO molecular orbitals Davis, D.W.
1974
117-118 2 p. 137-163
27 p.
artikel
570 The quantitative interpretation of peaks in photoelectron spectra obtained with dispersive electrostatic analysers Woodruff, P.R.
1977
117-118 2 p. 133-142
10 p.
artikel
571 The reduction of Pt(IV) to Pt(II) by X-ray and argon-ion bombardment; evidence from X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Katrib, A.
1980
117-118 2 p. 275-278
4 p.
artikel
572 The role of scattering angle in spin-polarised electron energy loss spectroscopy Saniz, R
2002
117-118 2 p. 139-145
7 p.
artikel
573 The structure of the valence levels of iron nitrosyls from the x-ray photoelectron and x-ray spectra Nefedov, V.I.
1977
117-118 2 p. 121-132
12 p.
artikel
574 The tungsten Auger transitions : 150–200 eV Rawlings, K.J.
1980
117-118 2 p. 213-225
13 p.
artikel
575 The unimolecular decomposition of the fluoroethylene radical anions formed by electron attachment Heni, Martin
1986
117-118 2 p. 453-466
14 p.
artikel
576 The UPS of some compounds containing the heteroatoms phosphorus, nitrogen, and oxygen Worley, S.D.
1982
117-118 2 p. 135-147
13 p.
artikel
577 The use of ionization energies of core electrons for determination of the geometrical structure in inorganic salts Gutsev, G.L.
1985
117-118 2 p. 299-305
7 p.
artikel
578 The use of least squares for XPS peak parameters estimation. Part 3. Multicollinearity, ill-conditioning and constraint-induced bias Leclerc, Gervais
1995
117-118 2 p. 179-190
12 p.
artikel
579 The use of least squares for XPS peak parameters estimation. Part 1. Myths and realities Leclerc, Gervais
1995
117-118 2 p. 141-164
24 p.
artikel
580 The use of least squares for XPS peak parameters estimation. Part 2. Univariate hypothesis testing Leclerc, Gervais
1995
117-118 2 p. 165-178
14 p.
artikel
581 The use of the MNDO SCF MO method in UPS band-assignments for unsaturated hydrocarbons and fluorocarbons Chiang, H.J.
1980
117-118 2 p. 121-134
14 p.
artikel
582 The utility of Bremsstrahlung-induced Auger peaks Castle, J.E.
1979
117-118 2 p. 195-197
3 p.
artikel
583 The valence electronic structure of SeO2 studied by ups and its relation to that of other group VIB dioxides Potts, A.W.
1977
117-118 2 p. 157-163
7 p.
artikel
584 The vibrational structure of bromocyanoacetylene cation in the X̃ 2π and à 2π electronic states studied by emission and laser exci Kuhn, Robert
1986
117-118 2 p. 265-274
10 p.
artikel
585 5th International Conference On electron Spectroscopy, ICES 5 1992
117-118 2 p. 195-
1 p.
artikel
586 Third international conference on vibrations at surfaces 1–4 september, 1982. Asilomar conference grounds, Pacific Grove, CA, U.S.A. 1982
117-118 2 p. 280-
1 p.
artikel
587 Threshold energy electron impact excitation of carbon dioxide and carbon disulphide Hubin-Franskin, M.-J.
1975
117-118 2 p. 139-149
11 p.
artikel
588 Threshold photoelectron spectroscopy of HCl up to 40 eV Yencha, A.J.
1995
117-118 2 p. 217-229
13 p.
artikel
589 Threshold photoelectron spectrum of CO by electron attachment (TPSA) Ajello, J.M.
1980
117-118 2 p. 197-203
7 p.
artikel
590 9th Symposium on applied surface analysis Grant, JhonT.
1986
117-118 2 p. 467-
1 p.
artikel
591 4th Symposium on applied surface analysis T. Grant, John
1982
117-118 2 p. 279-
1 p.
artikel
592 Total absorption and the energy dependence of the partial oscillator strengths for “photoionization” of the valence orbitals of H2O using an electron-electron coincidence method Branton, G.R.
1974
117-118 2 p. 129-135
7 p.
artikel
593 TrAC — trends in analytical chemistry 1981
117-118 2 p. 327-
1 p.
artikel
594 Transition probability effect on the shape of electron energy distribution in X-ray electron spectra of copper, silver and palladium Nemoshkalenko, V.V.
1975
117-118 2 p. 145-150
6 p.
artikel
595 Étude par spectrométrie photoélectronique d'aldéhydes et de cétones éthyléniques conjugués Masclet, P.
1978
117-118 2 p. 77-97
21 p.
artikel
596 Two-dimensional chemical-state plot for lead using XPS Pederson, L.R.
1982
117-118 2 p. 203-209
7 p.
artikel
597 Two hole spectra and valence states in chromium and chromium silicides Valeri, S.
1987
117-118 2 p. 121-130
10 p.
artikel
598 Ultraviolet photoelectron studies of the chemisorption and decomposition of propyne on Fe(110) and Fe(100) surfaces Takasu, Y.
1982
117-118 2 p. 149-158
10 p.
artikel
599 Ultraviolet photoemission study of LiF Pong, W.
1977
117-118 2 p. 165-170
6 p.
artikel
600 UPS and XPS reference data of O, N, NO, (NO2)2, NH3, H2O, OH, H2S, SH and S on Ge surfaces Ranke, W.
1993
117-118 2 p. 231-240
10 p.
artikel
601 UPS study of methanol adsorption on oxygen-covered Zn (0001) Sawa, K.
1987
117-118 2 p. 183-186
4 p.
artikel
602 UV angle resolved photoelectron spectra of fluoro and chloromethane using synchrotron radiation Novak, I.
1986
117-118 2 p. 225-233
9 p.
artikel
603 UV photoelectron spectra of adsorbed cyclopentadienyl Netzer, P.P.
1988
117-118 2 p. 373-379
7 p.
artikel
604 Vacuum ultraviolet detection of electronic states of O+ in flowing afterglow Mirza, M.Yaqub
1974
117-118 2 p. 166-168
3 p.
artikel
605 Vacuum ultraviolet resonance line radiation source from rare gas atoms and ions for UHV photoelectron spectroscopy Lancaster, G.M.
1978
117-118 2 p. 143-153
11 p.
artikel
606 Variable photon energy photoelectron spectroscopy of Mo2(O2CCF3)4 Brennan, John
1995
117-118 2 p. 157-162
6 p.
artikel
607 Verification of focusing properties of the multicascade electrostatic analyzer Zashkvara, V.V.
1995
117-118 2 p. 87-92
6 p.
artikel
608 Vibrational intensity distributions in the photoelectron spectrum of hydrogen Gardner, J.L.
1976
117-118 2 p. 123-127
5 p.
artikel
609 Vibrational structure in diatomic photoelectron spectra: Application to CS, PN, SiO and P2 Chong, D.P.
1977
117-118 2 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
610 Volume plasmon losses in Si2pphotoemission spectra for photon energies up to 1600 eV Puppin, E.
1990
117-118 2 p. 353-359
7 p.
artikel
611 Workshop on surface and interface characterization with high spatial resolution 1990
117-118 2 p. C33-C35
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artikel
612 Ã → X̃ band systems of 2X+ (2Π → 2Π, and of CH3???CC??? n X+ (2 E → 2 E) n = 1,2 with X = Cl, Br Maier, J.P.
1980
117-118 2 p. 251-265
15 p.
artikel
613 Xenon N4,5OO Auger spectrum—a useful calibration source Carroll, T.X
2002
117-118 2 p. 127-132
6 p.
artikel
614 XPS and AES studies of anodic passive films grown on chromium electrodes in sulphuric acid baths Bouyssoux, G.
1977
117-118 2 p. 185-196
12 p.
artikel
615 XPS and auger spectroscopy studies on mixtures of the oxides SiO2, Al2O3, Fe2O3 and Cr2O3 Paparazzo, E.
1987
117-118 2 p. 97-112
16 p.
artikel
616 XPS Core level spectra of some Y compounds Vasquez, R.P.
1990
117-118 2 p. 167-170
4 p.
artikel
617 XPS data for sputter-cleaned In0.53Ga0.47As, GaAs, and InAs surfaces Procop, Mathias
1992
117-118 2 p. R1-R10
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618 XPS evidence for 5f bonding participation in UO2 Cox, Lawrence E.
1982
117-118 2 p. 167-171
5 p.
artikel
619 XPS—Investigation of contamination layers Persy, K.
1978
117-118 2 p. 91-95
5 p.
artikel
620 XPS-investigation of intramolecular charge transfer in polynitro-aminobenzenes Jianqi, Wang
1988
117-118 2 p. 363-372
10 p.
artikel
621 XPS stoichiometry measurements on surfaces of III–V crystalline compounds Alnot, P.
1989
117-118 2 p. 159-173
15 p.
artikel
622 XPS Studies of ion-bombardment damage of transition metal sulfates Coyle, G.J.
1981
117-118 2 p. 221-236
16 p.
artikel
623 XPS studies of ion-bombardment damage of transition metal sulfides Coyle, G.J.
1980
117-118 2 p. 169-182
14 p.
artikel
624 XPS studies of oxidic model catalysts: Internal standards and oxidation numbers Hopfengärtner, G.
1993
117-118 2 p. 91-116
26 p.
artikel
625 XPS studies of the surface properties of CaNi5 Selvam, P.
1989
117-118 2 p. 203-211
9 p.
artikel
626 XPS studies of vanadium and vanadium oxides Kasperkiewicz, J.
1983
117-118 2 p. 123-132
10 p.
artikel
627 XPS study of cadmium oxidation in air Ciampi, S.
1991
117-118 2 p. R1-R6
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628 XPS study of tellurium—niobium and tellurium—tantalum oxide systems Garbassi, F.
1981
117-118 2 p. 95-107
13 p.
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629 XPS study of the In x Ga 1−x As GaAs superlattice Kačiulis, S.
1994
117-118 2 p. 145-149
5 p.
artikel
630 XPS study of the supported phase — SiO2 interaction in Mo/SiO2 and CoMo/SiO2 hydrodesulphurization catalysts in their oxidic precursor form Gajardo, P.
1979
117-118 2 p. 121-135
15 p.
artikel
631 X-ray absorption and emission spectroscopy at the Hf L1 edge of hafnium-(silicon)-oxide ultra-thin films Uehara, Yasushi
2005
117-118 2 p. 75-79
5 p.
artikel
632 X-ray and electron-energy-loss spectra of Bi, Sb, Te and Bi2Te3, Sb2Te3 chalcogenides Scrocco, Marisa
1990
117-118 2 p. 171-184
14 p.
artikel
633 X-ray and electron-energy-loss spectroscopies of PbI2, PbF2 and CdI2 Scrocco, Marisa
1989
117-118 2 p. 363-374
12 p.
artikel
634 X-ray and UV photoelectron-spectroscopic studies of pyridine adsorbed on evaporated nickel and palladium in the temperature range 140–385 k Inoue, Yoshihide
1983
117-118 2 p. 109-121
13 p.
artikel
635 X-ray appearance potential spectra and electronic structure of transition metals Yarmoshenko, Yu.M.
1981
117-118 2 p. 237-241
5 p.
artikel
636 X-ray excited photoelectron spectra of free molecules containing oxygen Nordfors, D.
1991
117-118 2 p. 117-164
48 p.
artikel
637 X-ray fluorescence spectra and molecular orbital studies of cuprous and cupric oxide Kaduwela, A.P.
1989
117-118 2 p. 183-194
12 p.
artikel
638 X-ray M4,5 resonant Raman scattering from Gd with final 4p hole: calculations with 4p–4d–4f configuration interaction in the final state and comparison with the experiment Taguchi, M
2002
117-118 2 p. 139-146
8 p.
artikel
639 X-ray photoelectron spectra of KMnO4 and K2MnO4 fractured in situ Oku, Masaoki
1995
117-118 2 p. 135-148
14 p.
artikel
640 X-ray photoelectron spectra of palladium—ylide complexes. Bond character in dichlorobis(1,1-dimethyl-1-p-nitrobenzylamine-2-acetimide-N)palladium(II) Senō, Manabu
1976
117-118 2 p. 165-168
4 p.
artikel
641 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic, electrical and magnetic studies on Mg2NiH4 Selvam, P.
1988
117-118 2 p. 357-361
5 p.
artikel
642 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic evidence for CuIII in superconducting YBa2Cu3O7 ceramic Sacher, E.
1989
117-118 2 p. C7-C12
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643 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic evidence for the electrophilic character of the AuL fragment in the cluster compound (Pt3Au(μ2-Co) 3L4)PF6 Arfelli, M.
1989
117-118 2 p. 273-277
5 p.
artikel
644 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic evidence of interlayer complex formation between Co(II) and N-heterocycles in α-Zr(hpo4)2 · H2O Mattogno, G.
1988
117-118 2 p. 285-295
11 p.
artikel
645 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic observation of nitrogen-containing gases adsorbed at high pressures on some transition metals Honda, F.
1977
117-118 2 p. 125-136
12 p.
artikel
646 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic studies of CdSe0.65 Te0.35 Polak, M.
1982
117-118 2 p. 171-176
6 p.
artikel
647 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic studies on some organotin compounds Chandra, Shubhra
1988
117-118 2 p. 325-330
6 p.
artikel
648 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy characteristics of the W/TiN/Si and W/TiN/SiO2/Si structures Kumar, Sunil
1993
117-118 2 p. 145-153
9 p.
artikel
649 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of merocyanine dyes Chehimi, Mohamed M.
1989
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650 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of merocyanine dyes Chehimi, Mohamed M.
1988
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651 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of merocyanine dyes Chehimi, Mohamed M.
1988
117-118 2 p. 427-434
8 p.
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652 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of merocyanine dyes Chehimi, Mohamed M.
1990
117-118 2 p. C25-C32
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653 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of metal free porphyrazine, phthalocyanine and naphthalocyanine: density functional calculations Zhang, Xianxi
2005
117-118 2 p. 145-149
5 p.
artikel
654 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies on solid xanthates Szépvölgyi, János
1990
117-118 2 p. 239-250
12 p.
artikel
655 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy using si kα radiation Castle, J.E.
1976
117-118 2 p. 247-250
4 p.
artikel
656 X-Ray photoelectron spectrum of methylisocyanide gas Brant, Patrick
1984
117-118 2 p. 153-162
10 p.
artikel
657 X-ray photoelectron studies of Ca, Sr and Ba and their oxides and carbonates Sosulnikov, M.I.
1992
117-118 2 p. 111-126
16 p.
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658 X-ray photoelectron study of some silicon-oxygen compounds Carriere, B.
1977
117-118 2 p. 85-91
7 p.
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659 X-ray spectroscopic study of the electronic structure of visible-light responsive N-, C- and S-doped TiO2 Chen, Xiaobo
2008
117-118 2 p. 67-73
7 p.
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660 Zero-degree Auger spectroscopy in energetic, highly charged ion-atom collisions Stolterfoht, N.
1994
117-118 2 p. 309-339
31 p.
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