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2. Characteristics of some discrete line sources. 165 3xlO12 lxlO 12 From [FGW74], but (a) from [SHe83]. undulator radiation, and with specifically adapted monochromators, a further reduction of the bandpass by a factor of 5 is envisaged. 2. It should, however, be noted that the great advantage of monochromatized synchrotron radiation lies in its tunability over a broad energy range and its good polarization characteristics. Furthermore, synchrotron radiation from wigglers and undulators yields a further gain in intensity as well as a remarkable improvement in resolution and in polarization.

5). Auger electrons can also have anisotropic angular distributions (see [Meh68a, CMe74, FMS72]). 5). The spin is an inherent property of an electron. 1). In Fig. 5 the components of P are shown for a convenient decomposition into one longitudinal, Piong, and two transverse components, PtranS|| and Ptransj_, respectively. The measurement of these components requires an electron detector which is sensitive to spin. 4. 5 Components of the spin polarization vector P of ejected photoelectrons. The direction of the photoelectron is given by the polar and azimuthal angles 0 and <& (see Fig.

32a) where R is the radius of the path of the circulating electron. 32b) where coo = c/R is the fundamental angular frequency. Thus the energy spectrum of synchrotron radiation extends up to very high harmonics of coo or, equivalently, to very high energies. 293 x 10 18 s" 1 with the latter value corresponding to an energy of Ec « 850 eV. Due to longitudinal and transverse oscillations of the circulating electrons, the energy spectrum of emitted synchrotron radiation is a continuous distribution; an example is shown in Fig.

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