## Electronic structure and properties |

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In the

Patterson and Falicov, 1974; Meier, 1975) for the ferromagnets the following

assumptions have been made: (i) the electronic structure of the ferromagnetic

host is ...

In the

**jellium**model (Jena, 1979; Petzinger and Munjal, 1977; Jena et al., 1978c;Patterson and Falicov, 1974; Meier, 1975) for the ferromagnets the following

assumptions have been made: (i) the electronic structure of the ferromagnetic

host is ...

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While this theory explicitly takes into account discrete lattice effects, it assumes

that the perturbation in the conduction-electron distribution due to the vacancy is

sufficiently weak to be treated in a linear response formalism. The

While this theory explicitly takes into account discrete lattice effects, it assumes

that the perturbation in the conduction-electron distribution due to the vacancy is

sufficiently weak to be treated in a linear response formalism. The

**jellium**-based ...Page 401

Constant volume vacancy formation energies calculated for the

labels the self-consistent, nonlinear results and X labels the linear screening

result. (From Evans, 1977.) ear response (o) results for the screening charge

density ...

Constant volume vacancy formation energies calculated for the

**jellium**model; °labels the self-consistent, nonlinear results and X labels the linear screening

result. (From Evans, 1977.) ear response (o) results for the screening charge

density ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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