Temperature Dependence of the K Absorption Edge of Lithium

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1974-12-01
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Kunz, C.
Petersen, H.
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The shape of the K absorption edge of Li has been measured at 293, 373, 443, and ∼480 K (liquid) by photoyield methods. Unpublished transmission data on the shape of the edge at and below room temperature have been reanalyzed. There is a marked increase of the width of the edge with increasing temperature above 293 K, indicating that the lattice plays a major role in the broadening of the edge.

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This article is from Physical Review Letters 33 (1974): 1556, doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.33.1556. Posted with permission.

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