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Title: Orbital-resolved Soft-x-ray Spectroscopy in NaV2O5
Authors: Zhang, G. P.;G. T. Woods;Eric L. Shirley;T. A. Callcott;Lin, Lin;Chang, G. S.;B. C. Sales;D. Mandrus;He, J.
Contributors: 物理學系
Date: 2002
Issue Date: 2013-06-05T07:59:16Z
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Abstract: We demonstrate that angle-resolved soft x-ray spectroscopy can resolve absorption by inequivalent oxygen sites and by different orbitals belonging to the same site in NaV2O5. By rotating the polarization direction, we see a dramatic change in the absorption spectra at the oxygen K edge. Our theory identifies the detailed composition of the spectra and predicts a correct energy ordering of the orbitals of three inequivalent oxygen atoms. Because different orbitals dominate absorption spectra at different energies and angles, one can excite at a specific site and “orbital.” In contrast, absorption at the vanadium L edge does not show large changes when varying the polarization direction. The reason for this is that different excitation channels (involving different initial states for the excited electron) overlap in energy and vary in compensating ways, obscuring each channel’s sensitive polarization dependence.
Relation: Physical Review B, 65(16): 165107
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