## Electronic structure and properties |

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where Vio is the bare ion- ion Coulomb interaction and Uei the total electronic

energy, which is a parametric function of ... repulsive interaction of ions

embedded in a Hartree field. cel is of a different kind; it reflects changes at the

where Vio is the bare ion- ion Coulomb interaction and Uei the total electronic

energy, which is a parametric function of ... repulsive interaction of ions

embedded in a Hartree field. cel is of a different kind; it reflects changes at the

**Fermi level**...Page 322

The first is based on a model electronic density of states containing sharp

structure near the

temperatures of order 100 K (Cohen et al., 1967; Cohen, 1971; Rehwald et al.,

1972).

The first is based on a model electronic density of states containing sharp

structure near the

**Fermi energy**which gives a rapid**Fermi level**motion withtemperatures of order 100 K (Cohen et al., 1967; Cohen, 1971; Rehwald et al.,

1972).

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(29) Vsf is a conduction-electron- f-electron mixing matrix element, U is the

Coulomb interaction, and e is the distance of the f level from the

the occupied levels here it is negative. For U » |e|, Jst is negative. In this last case

, ...

(29) Vsf is a conduction-electron- f-electron mixing matrix element, U is the

Coulomb interaction, and e is the distance of the f level from the

**Fermi level**. Forthe occupied levels here it is negative. For U » |e|, Jst is negative. In this last case

, ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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