Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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This work is a theoretical study of the photoelectron spectroscopy of strongly correlated electron systems. Using exact diagonalization techniques, one-particle excitation spectra of an extended Hubbard model are calculated. Three important issues are investigated systematically. The first is the effects of nonlocal interactions on the spectral redistribution; the second is the coverage dependence of the spectra under various conditions; and the third is the influence of temperature on the spectral evolution. The calculated results and their implications for a wide variety of materials systems are discussed in a many-body picture to gain physical insights.
Body; Charge; Charge Transfer; Correlated; Effects; Electron; Many; Photoelectron; Spectrosco; Spectroscopy; Strongly; Systems; Transfer; Charge Transfer
Condensed matter; Physics
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Zheng, Jianzhong, "Many body effects in the photoelectron spectroscopy of strongly correlated electron systems" (1996). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3010.