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Electrochemical Kinetics: Theoretical and Experimental by Klaus J. Vetter

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18 PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND APPLICATION OF NANOSTRUCTURES, 2003 INVITED NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL PHOTONIC CRYSTALS C. SIBILIA, G. D'AGUANNO, M. CENTINI, M. C. LARCIPRETE, M. BERTOLOTTI INFM at Dipartimento di Energetica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza " Via A. it M. SCALORA, M. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Building 7804, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000, USA An overview of nonlinear interactions in finite, one-dimensional, photonic band gap structures with deep gratings is presented.

6 eV) is related to the band bending induced by the Schottky barrier formation upon metal deposition. At 2 ML coverage the states at EF, arising from Fe, grow up while A and D are attenuated. 1 eV) with respect the situation of 1 ML. This indicates that the Schottky barrier height is stable upon further Fe deposition. The spectra referring to 1 and 2 Fe ML are spin integrated: no trace of spin polarization is seen up to 6-8 ML coverage, both at room temperature and at 100K. At 8 ML a difference between the spin-up and spin-down channels clearly appears at ~ 2 eV above EF, in the region of the peak B2 of the pure Fe surface.

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