Spin-Dependent Quantum Interference Studied with DA30-L & VLEED Laser-ARPES


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The figure shows the experimental geometry and an ARPES intensity image of Bi(111) along with the spin resolved data at wave number k2, both with p-polarization.

Author: Dr Koichiro Yaji Institute: '' ISSP, University of Tokyo'' Nature Communications
URL: doi:10.1038/ncomms14588
Date: 2018
Instruments: DA30-L, 3D Spin VLEED

In the paper Spin-dependent quantum interference in photoemission process from spin-orbit coupled states, Nature Communications 8, 14588 (2017), doi:10.1038/ncomms14588, Koichiro Yaji et al. show how laser based spin- and angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy is used to study the spin-orbital texture, and especially three-dimensional spin-rotation effects, in a surface state of Bi(111).