Adsorption of Na on single crystals of NiO(1 0 0) at room temperature has been investigated via angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and measurements of work-function changes. The drastic changes in the valence band spectra upon Na deposition are assigned to a chemical reaction between Na and O where metallic Ni is left as by-product. At short deposition times, Na mainly acts as an inert electron donor, and at these coverages no dispersion is observed in the angle-resolved photoemission spectra which indicates that the electronic states are localized. The measurements were performed both for a polished and an in-situ cleaved NiO crystal.

Electronic Structure of NiO(100) with Adsorbed Na / T., Rogelet; S., Soderholm; M., Qvarford; Saini, Naurang Lal; U. O., Karlsson; I. LINDAU, S. A. FLODSTROM. - In: SOLID STATE COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 0038-1098. - STAMPA. - 85(1993), pp. 657-660. [10.1016/0038-1098(93)90328-K]

Electronic Structure of NiO(100) with Adsorbed Na

SAINI, Naurang Lal;
1993

Abstract

Adsorption of Na on single crystals of NiO(1 0 0) at room temperature has been investigated via angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and measurements of work-function changes. The drastic changes in the valence band spectra upon Na deposition are assigned to a chemical reaction between Na and O where metallic Ni is left as by-product. At short deposition times, Na mainly acts as an inert electron donor, and at these coverages no dispersion is observed in the angle-resolved photoemission spectra which indicates that the electronic states are localized. The measurements were performed both for a polished and an in-situ cleaved NiO crystal.
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