## Electronic structure and properties |

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Rigid

has led to a somewhat different view of the electron- phonon matrix elements.

The electronic structure of transition metals is most readily calculated by using ...

Rigid

**Muffin Tins**There is a second picture of electrons in transition metals whichhas led to a somewhat different view of the electron- phonon matrix elements.

The electronic structure of transition metals is most readily calculated by using ...

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TABLE IV Calculations of X Using the Rigid

Approximations "Glotzel et al. (1980). 'Butler et al. (1977). ' Butler etal. (1979). ''

Harmon and Sinha (1977). fPinski etal. (1978a). /Pinski et al. (1978b). 'Tunneling

data of ...

TABLE IV Calculations of X Using the Rigid

**Muffin**-**Tin**(and Related)Approximations "Glotzel et al. (1980). 'Butler et al. (1977). ' Butler etal. (1979). ''

Harmon and Sinha (1977). fPinski etal. (1978a). /Pinski et al. (1978b). 'Tunneling

data of ...

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where Vx(r) is the screened ionic potential.1' This potential is substantially

stronger and has substantially longer range than the corresponding

potential even though both potentials may generate the same band structure. The

two ...

where Vx(r) is the screened ionic potential.1' This potential is substantially

stronger and has substantially longer range than the corresponding

**muffin**-**tin**potential even though both potentials may generate the same band structure. The

two ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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