EELS of Rare Gas Solids
- Practical Electron Microscopy and Database -
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The valence electrons in alkali metals act as free particles so that the collective form of excitation response (plasmon effect) detected by EELS is predominant (compared with single-electron excitation). In contrast, in rare gas solids, plasmon effects in EELS are weak or nonexistent. The other materials fall in between these plasmon excitation and single-electron excitation.




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