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Azimuthal dependent reflection anisotropy spectroscopy of Ag(110) near the plasmon resonance energy

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5 Author(s)
Farrell, T. ; Department of Physics, Liverpool University, Liverpool L69 7ZE, United Kingdom ; Harrison, P. ; Smith, C.I. ; Martin, D.S.
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The reflection anisotropy (RA) of Ag(110) has been investigated near 3.9 eV as a function of azimuthal angle θ using a photoelastically modulated spectrometer. At 3.9 eV the RA signal was small and varied as sin 4θ. At photon energies away from 3.9 eV the signal increased and varied as cos 2θ. Jones vector modeling of the system showed that in addition to the commonly observed cos 2θ dependence, which disappears when the reflection is isotropic, there is a sin 4θ dependence that occurs when the underlying dielectric function is anisotropic; in cubic materials this term is small but for other materials it may be very large.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:93 ,  Issue: 19 )

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Nov 2008

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