Temperature-Modulated Reflectance of Gold from 6 to 35 eV

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1974-09-01
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Olson, C. G.
Piacentini, M.
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The thermoreflectance spectrum of gold has been measured in the 6-35-eV region at about 200 K by using synchrotron radiation. Considerable sharp structure exists throughout this region, showing that lifetime broadening is not large enough to preclude the extension of high-resolution modulation techniques to at least 35 eV. The structure arises from interband transitions of the 5d electrons and from plasmons.

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This article is from Physical Review Letters 33 (1974): 644, doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.33.644. Posted with permission.

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