Vos, Maarten; Bowles, Cameron A; Kheifets, Anatoli; Went, Michael
Electron momentum spectroscopy (EMS) measures the spectral function of electrons in matter directly, provided that multiple scattering effects are negligibly small. Even for the thinnest films this is not the case and one has to correct for multiple scattering effects in order to retrieve the spectral function. Both elastic and inelastic scattering effects affect the measurement. Elastic scattering is expected to increase greatly with increasing atomic number, much more so than inelastic...[Show more]
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