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46) where A(k, E) is called the spectral function of an electron with energy E and momentum k. 4 7) where Ck is an electron annihilation operator. A(k,E) describes the probability with which an electron can be removed from an electron system in its ground state. It thus has the same meaning as the overlap integral used before. 6 The Theory of Photoemission 47 which describes the probability that an electron at rl at time t = 0 will be found at r2 at a later time t. Transforming the Green's function into reciprocal space k and into the energy domain (E) one obtains the representation G(kl' k2' E).
21. 2eV) resonance line presents no problem. 8 eV) , special precautions with respect to the cleanliness of the gas-handling system are necessary. The most versatile light source is undoubtedly the synchrotron radiation source, a storage ring for electrons or positrons (note that any charged particle on a non-linear trajectory will emit electromagnetic radiation). The angular distributions of the radiation emitted from an electron on a circular orbit for v « c (c: velocity of light) and for v ~ c are indicated in Fig.
54) 1f namely a 6-function at EO(k). This is equivalent to the Koopmans' binding energy. 57) , Since for vanishing electron-electron interaction the result from the noninteracting electron system must be recovered, we look for the poles in G(k, E) to obtain the spectroscopic energies in the interacting system, in the same way as the poles in GO(k,E) for the non-interacting system yielded the one-electron energies. 59) meaning that the pole occurs at an energy Re(El (k)) with a width Im(El (k )).