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Observation and resonant x-ray optical interpretation of multi-atom resonant photoemission effects in O 1s emission from NiO

AuthorsMannella, N.; Yang, S.-H.; Mun, B. S.; García de Abajo, Francisco Javier ; Kay, A. W.; Sell, B. C.; Watanabe, M.; Ohldag, H.; Arenholz, Elke; Young, A. T.; Hussain, Z.; Van Hove, M. A.; Fadley, C. S.
Issue Date2006
PublisherAmerican Physical Society
CitationPhysical Review B 74(16): 165106 (2006)
AbstractWe present experimental and theoretical results for the variation of the O 1s intensity from a NiO(001) surface as the excitation energy is varied through the Ni 2p1∕2,3∕2 absorption resonances, and as the incidence angle of the radiation is varied from grazing to larger values. For grazing incidence, a strong multi-atom resonant photoemission (MARPE) effect is seen on the O 1s intensity as the Ni 2p resonances are crossed, but its magnitude decreases rapidly as the incidence angle is increased. Resonant x-ray optical (RXRO) calculations are found to predict these effects very well, although the experimental effects are found to decrease at higher incidence angles faster than those in theory. The potential influence of photoelectron diffraction effects on such measurements are also considered, including experimental data with azimuthal-angle variation and corresponding multiple-scattering-diffraction calculations, but we conclude that they do not vary beyond what is expected on the basis of the change in photoelectron kinetic energy. Varying from linear polarization to circular polarization is found to enhance these effects in NiO considerably, although the reasons are not clear. We also discuss the relationship of these measurements to other related interatomic resonance experiments and theoretical developments, and make some suggestions for future studies in this area.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.74.165106
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