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Development of Bulk-sensitive Spin-resolved Ultrahigh-resolution Photoemission Spectrometer

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Photoemission spectroscopy is a powerful experimental technique to directly observe the electronic states of materials, but it has some problems such as surface-sensitivity and difficulty in spin-resolved measurement. The proposed bulksensitive spin-resolved ultrahigh-resolution photoemission spectrometer makes it possible to measure the spin-resolved bulk electronic structure with high energy resolution. The development of the new spectrometer is expected to contribute to our better understanding of new functional materials such as high-temperature superconductors and carbon nanotubes.

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Professor, Tohoku University
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Novel Measuring and Analytical Technology Contributions to the Elucidation and Application of Material
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