A joint experimental and theoretical investigation of the PL2,3VV Auger transition on GaP(110) is presented. The theoretical data, calculated within a pure band-like picture, are compared to the experimental spectra. The angular momentum character of the five features constituting the lineshape is identified. Strong contributions to the experimental data from many-body effects may be ruled out due to the good overall agreement with the theoretical lineshape therefore supporting a single particle description for this Auger feature. We discuss effects such as Coulomb correlation, initial state core hole screening, self-energy corrections, that may possibly contribute to the relative energy shifts observed in one of the pp components of the compared spectra.

COSSO R, DUO L, SANCROTTI M, DADDATO S, RUOCCO A, NANNARONE S, et al. (1991). EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL-STUDY OF THE PL2,3VV AUGER LINESHAPE OF GAP(110). SURFACE SCIENCE, 251, 267-271 [10.1016/0039-6028(91)90995-5].

EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL-STUDY OF THE PL2,3VV AUGER LINESHAPE OF GAP(110)

RUOCCO, Alessandro;
1991

Abstract

A joint experimental and theoretical investigation of the PL2,3VV Auger transition on GaP(110) is presented. The theoretical data, calculated within a pure band-like picture, are compared to the experimental spectra. The angular momentum character of the five features constituting the lineshape is identified. Strong contributions to the experimental data from many-body effects may be ruled out due to the good overall agreement with the theoretical lineshape therefore supporting a single particle description for this Auger feature. We discuss effects such as Coulomb correlation, initial state core hole screening, self-energy corrections, that may possibly contribute to the relative energy shifts observed in one of the pp components of the compared spectra.
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