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** Analyzer transmission function **

** Electron transmission function **

** Molecular function hydrogen transmission **

** Response function transmission **

Figure 4. Fabry-Perot interference (a) Fabry-Perot etalon, (b) Fabry-Perot fringes, (c) Etalon transmission function for different plate transmissions. |

We find that an excellent match can be obtained to the transmission functions of 7.8.20. This is typical for commercially available instruments. Now, we have ein instrument, called a Colorimeter, capable of measuring reflective color. [Pg.431]

By considering only elastic scattering events, the interaction of the specimen with the electron beam can be described through a complex transmission function (object wave-function) 0(f) which represents the ratio between the outgoing and the incoming electron wave-functions f = (x, y) is a two-dimensional vector lying on a plane perpendicular to the optic axis z which is parallel, and in the same direction, to the electron beam. In the standard phase object approximation ... [Pg.140]

Ion energy distributions (lEDs) are measured by several groups [323-326]. The reliability of lEDs depends strongly on the knowledge of the transmission function of the instruments, which most likely is energy-dependent. Improper ad-... [Pg.92]

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The transmission function is expressed in terms of the Wigner functions for the gates,... [Pg.360]

Ejected electron analyzers can be calibrated at lower energies (<25 eV) using UV photoelectron spectroscopy and comparison with quantitative photoelectron spectra. The intensity ratios provide a relative transmission function (7 ) directly. Quantitative (relative) photoelectron spectra have been reported by Hotop and Niehaus79 at an ejection angle of 90°, and these results have been used by Yee et al.66 to calibrate a 127° analyzer for which the correction curve has already been shown in Fig. 3. More recently Gardner and Samson80 reported quantitative (relative) photoelectron spectra that can be used as a standard for analyzer... [Pg.30]

In principle, transmission functions could also be obtained by using cross sections for elastic scattering.86... [Pg.32]

To calculate the total current we should substitute the expressions for the wave functions (37)-(39), and summarize all contributions [291]. As a result the Landauer formula is obtained. We present the calculation for the transmission function. First, after substitution of the wave functions we have for the partial current going through the system... [Pg.228]

The same current is given by the Landauer formula through the transmission function T(E)... [Pg.228]

If one compares these two expressions for the current, the transmission function at some energy is obtained as... [Pg.228]

With known transmission function, the current I at finite voltage V can be calculated by the usual Landauer-Buttiker formulas (without spin degeneration, otherwise it should be multiplied additionally by 2)... [Pg.229]

This expression is equivalent to the Landauer formula (47), but the transmission function is related now to the tunneling matrix element. [Pg.232]

The inelastic transmission matrix T(e, e) describes the probability that an electron with energy e, incident from one lead, is transmitted with the energy e into a second lead. The transmission function can be defined as the total transmission probability... [Pg.250]

Fig. 11 Transmission function as a function of energy at different electron-vibron coupling g = 0.1 (thin solid line), g = 1 (dashed line), and g = 3 (thick solid line),... |

Finally, in the noninteracting case it is possible to obtain the usual Landauer-Biittikier formula with the transmission function... [Pg.275]

The first summand has the same form as Landauer s expression for the current with an effective transmission function t(E) = Tt[G1TrC /r]. However, the reader should keep in mind that the GFs appearing in this expression do contain the full dressing by the bosonic bath and hence, t(E) does not describe elastic transport. The remaining terms contain explicitly contributions from the bath. It can be shown after some transformations that the leading term is proportional to (tjJ2 so that within a perturbative approach in t and at low bias it can be approximately neglected. We therefore remian with the exression / = yf / dETr(fh E) - /r(F)) t(E) to obtain the current. [Pg.317]

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** Analyzer transmission function **

** Electron transmission function **

** Molecular function hydrogen transmission **

** Response function transmission **

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