Journal article

Photoelectron microscopy and its applications to semiconductor science

Photoelectron spectromicroscopy, the combination of conventional photoelectron spectroscopy and high lateral resolution, is a novel technique that exploits the high brightness of the most recent synchrotron sources. We briefly review its main implementation modes and present some examples of applications, with particular emphasis on semiconductor interface research.


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