Short-range order effects on copper L[sub 3,2] transitions in Cu-Pd alloys

Krishnan, Kannan M.; Menon, E.S.K.
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/6/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 14, p1762
Academic Journal
Analyzes the short-range effects on copper L[sub 2,3] transitions in copper-lead alloys. Electronic structure of the alloys; Composition of the d-hole count at the copper site for disordered alloys; Correlation between the degree of short-range order and the d-band occupancy.


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