The Resource Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies : a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday, Didier Sébilleau, Keisuke Hatada, Hubert Ebert, editors, (electronic book)
Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies : a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday, Didier Sébilleau, Keisuke Hatada, Hubert Ebert, editors, (electronic book)
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 This edited book, based on material presented at the EU Spec Training School on Multiple Scattering Codes and the following MSNano Conference, is divided into two distinct parts. The first part, subtitled zbasic knowledgey, provides the basics of the multiple scattering description in spectroscopies, enabling readers to understand the physics behind the various multiple scattering codes available for modelling spectroscopies. The second part, zextended knowledgey, presents zstate ofthearty short chapters on specific subjects associated with improving of the actual description of spectroscopies within the multiple scattering formalism, such as inelastic processes, or precise examples of modelling
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 eng
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 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Acronyms; Spectroscopies; Methods; Codes; Part I Basic knowledge; 1 Introduction to (Multiple) Scattering Theory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Elementary Scattering Theory; 1.2.1 The Asymptotical Behaviour of the Wave Function; 1.2.2 The Radial Equation for the Spherically Symmetric Problem; 1.2.3 Partial Wave Expansions; 1.2.4 The Scattering Amplitude; 1.2.5 Calculation of the Phase Shifts; 1.3 Formal Scattering Theory; 1.3.1 The Free Electron Propagator; 1.3.2 The Full Propagator; 1.3.3 The Transition Operator
 1.3.4 The Møller Wave Operator1.3.5 Use of Outgoing and Ingoing States; 1.3.6 TwoPotential Formula; 1.4 Multiple Scattering Theory; 1.4.1 The Translation Operator; 1.4.2 The MuffinTin Approximation; 1.4.3 The Transition Operator of the System; 1.4.4 Normalization Issues; 1.4.5 Computing the Scattering Path Operator; 1.5 Expression of the CrossSections; 1.5.1 General Expression; 1.5.2 CrossSection for Some Spectroscopies; References; 2 Generating PhaseShifts and Radial Integrals for Multiple Scattering Codes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Derivation of the CrossSection for Various Spectroscopies
 2.2.1 Cross Section for Incoming Photons2.2.2 Cross Section for Incoming Electrons; 2.3 Multiple Scattering Theory; 2.3.1 Expression of Cross Sections in MST; 2.3.2 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Real Potential; 2.3.3 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Complex Potential; 2.4 An AllPurpose Optical Potential; 2.4.1 The Construction of the MuffinTin Potential; 2.4.2 The Construction of the ExchangeCorrelation Potential; 2.4.3 Generating Phase Shifts and Atomic Cross Sections; 2.4.4 Calculating EELS Matrix Elements; References
 3 Real Space Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.1 The Local Solutions; 3.2.2 The LConvergence of Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.3 Construction of the Green's Function in MST; 3.2.4 Spectroscopic Response Functions; 3.3 The Program; 3.3.1 Features and Capabilities; 3.3.2 Requirements; 3.4 MT Versus FP Calculations; 3.5 Future Perspectives; 3.5.1 Optimization; 3.5.2 Other Spectroscopies; References; 4 KKR Green's Function Method in Reciprocal and Real Space; 4.1 Introduction to the KKR Green's Function Method
 4.1.1 General Features4.1.2 Treatment of Disorder; 4.1.3 ManyBody Effects: LSDA+DMFT Within the KKR Formalism; 4.2 Applications of KKRGreen Function Formalism in the Spectroscopy; 4.2.1 Xray Absorption: Formalism; 4.2.2 XRay Absorption and XRay Magnetic Circular Dichroism of Clusters; 4.2.3 Modeling the Structure of Glasses; 4.2.4 Interdiffusion at Interface: Interplay Between Electronic and Real Structure; 4.2.5 Doped Materials; 4.2.6 Angular Resolved Photoemission; References; 5 Multichannel Multiple Scattering Theory in RMatrix Formalism; 5.1 Introduction
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 9783319738116
 Label
 Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies : a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday
 Title
 Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies
 Title remainder
 a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday
 Statement of responsibility
 Didier Sébilleau, Keisuke Hatada, Hubert Ebert, editors
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This edited book, based on material presented at the EU Spec Training School on Multiple Scattering Codes and the following MSNano Conference, is divided into two distinct parts. The first part, subtitled zbasic knowledgey, provides the basics of the multiple scattering description in spectroscopies, enabling readers to understand the physics behind the various multiple scattering codes available for modelling spectroscopies. The second part, zextended knowledgey, presents zstate ofthearty short chapters on specific subjects associated with improving of the actual description of spectroscopies within the multiple scattering formalism, such as inelastic processes, or precise examples of modelling
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 N$T
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 530.4/16
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QC173.4.M85
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate

 1959
 1955
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 Natoli, C. R.
 Sébilleau, Didier
 Hatada, Keisuke
 Ebert, Hubert
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Multiple scattering (Physics)
 Spectrum analysis
 Physics
 Spectroscopy and Microscopy
 Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation
 Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films
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 Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies : a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday, Didier Sébilleau, Keisuke Hatada, Hubert Ebert, editors, (electronic book)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Acronyms; Spectroscopies; Methods; Codes; Part I Basic knowledge; 1 Introduction to (Multiple) Scattering Theory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Elementary Scattering Theory; 1.2.1 The Asymptotical Behaviour of the Wave Function; 1.2.2 The Radial Equation for the Spherically Symmetric Problem; 1.2.3 Partial Wave Expansions; 1.2.4 The Scattering Amplitude; 1.2.5 Calculation of the Phase Shifts; 1.3 Formal Scattering Theory; 1.3.1 The Free Electron Propagator; 1.3.2 The Full Propagator; 1.3.3 The Transition Operator
 1.3.4 The Møller Wave Operator1.3.5 Use of Outgoing and Ingoing States; 1.3.6 TwoPotential Formula; 1.4 Multiple Scattering Theory; 1.4.1 The Translation Operator; 1.4.2 The MuffinTin Approximation; 1.4.3 The Transition Operator of the System; 1.4.4 Normalization Issues; 1.4.5 Computing the Scattering Path Operator; 1.5 Expression of the CrossSections; 1.5.1 General Expression; 1.5.2 CrossSection for Some Spectroscopies; References; 2 Generating PhaseShifts and Radial Integrals for Multiple Scattering Codes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Derivation of the CrossSection for Various Spectroscopies
 2.2.1 Cross Section for Incoming Photons2.2.2 Cross Section for Incoming Electrons; 2.3 Multiple Scattering Theory; 2.3.1 Expression of Cross Sections in MST; 2.3.2 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Real Potential; 2.3.3 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Complex Potential; 2.4 An AllPurpose Optical Potential; 2.4.1 The Construction of the MuffinTin Potential; 2.4.2 The Construction of the ExchangeCorrelation Potential; 2.4.3 Generating Phase Shifts and Atomic Cross Sections; 2.4.4 Calculating EELS Matrix Elements; References
 3 Real Space Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.1 The Local Solutions; 3.2.2 The LConvergence of Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.3 Construction of the Green's Function in MST; 3.2.4 Spectroscopic Response Functions; 3.3 The Program; 3.3.1 Features and Capabilities; 3.3.2 Requirements; 3.4 MT Versus FP Calculations; 3.5 Future Perspectives; 3.5.1 Optimization; 3.5.2 Other Spectroscopies; References; 4 KKR Green's Function Method in Reciprocal and Real Space; 4.1 Introduction to the KKR Green's Function Method
 4.1.1 General Features4.1.2 Treatment of Disorder; 4.1.3 ManyBody Effects: LSDA+DMFT Within the KKR Formalism; 4.2 Applications of KKRGreen Function Formalism in the Spectroscopy; 4.2.1 Xray Absorption: Formalism; 4.2.2 XRay Absorption and XRay Magnetic Circular Dichroism of Clusters; 4.2.3 Modeling the Structure of Glasses; 4.2.4 Interdiffusion at Interface: Interplay Between Electronic and Real Structure; 4.2.5 Doped Materials; 4.2.6 Angular Resolved Photoemission; References; 5 Multichannel Multiple Scattering Theory in RMatrix Formalism; 5.1 Introduction
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 1 online resource.
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 9783319738116
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 rdamedia
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 10.1007/9783319738116
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 (OCoLC)1030892436
 on1030892436
 Label
 Multiple scattering theory for spectroscopies : a guide to multiple scattering computer codes  dedicated to C. R. Natoli on the occasion of his 75th birthday, Didier Sébilleau, Keisuke Hatada, Hubert Ebert, editors, (electronic book)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Acronyms; Spectroscopies; Methods; Codes; Part I Basic knowledge; 1 Introduction to (Multiple) Scattering Theory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Elementary Scattering Theory; 1.2.1 The Asymptotical Behaviour of the Wave Function; 1.2.2 The Radial Equation for the Spherically Symmetric Problem; 1.2.3 Partial Wave Expansions; 1.2.4 The Scattering Amplitude; 1.2.5 Calculation of the Phase Shifts; 1.3 Formal Scattering Theory; 1.3.1 The Free Electron Propagator; 1.3.2 The Full Propagator; 1.3.3 The Transition Operator
 1.3.4 The Møller Wave Operator1.3.5 Use of Outgoing and Ingoing States; 1.3.6 TwoPotential Formula; 1.4 Multiple Scattering Theory; 1.4.1 The Translation Operator; 1.4.2 The MuffinTin Approximation; 1.4.3 The Transition Operator of the System; 1.4.4 Normalization Issues; 1.4.5 Computing the Scattering Path Operator; 1.5 Expression of the CrossSections; 1.5.1 General Expression; 1.5.2 CrossSection for Some Spectroscopies; References; 2 Generating PhaseShifts and Radial Integrals for Multiple Scattering Codes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Derivation of the CrossSection for Various Spectroscopies
 2.2.1 Cross Section for Incoming Photons2.2.2 Cross Section for Incoming Electrons; 2.3 Multiple Scattering Theory; 2.3.1 Expression of Cross Sections in MST; 2.3.2 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Real Potential; 2.3.3 The Green's Function Approach to Photoabsorption: Complex Potential; 2.4 An AllPurpose Optical Potential; 2.4.1 The Construction of the MuffinTin Potential; 2.4.2 The Construction of the ExchangeCorrelation Potential; 2.4.3 Generating Phase Shifts and Atomic Cross Sections; 2.4.4 Calculating EELS Matrix Elements; References
 3 Real Space Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.1 The Local Solutions; 3.2.2 The LConvergence of Full Potential Multiple Scattering Theory; 3.2.3 Construction of the Green's Function in MST; 3.2.4 Spectroscopic Response Functions; 3.3 The Program; 3.3.1 Features and Capabilities; 3.3.2 Requirements; 3.4 MT Versus FP Calculations; 3.5 Future Perspectives; 3.5.1 Optimization; 3.5.2 Other Spectroscopies; References; 4 KKR Green's Function Method in Reciprocal and Real Space; 4.1 Introduction to the KKR Green's Function Method
 4.1.1 General Features4.1.2 Treatment of Disorder; 4.1.3 ManyBody Effects: LSDA+DMFT Within the KKR Formalism; 4.2 Applications of KKRGreen Function Formalism in the Spectroscopy; 4.2.1 Xray Absorption: Formalism; 4.2.2 XRay Absorption and XRay Magnetic Circular Dichroism of Clusters; 4.2.3 Modeling the Structure of Glasses; 4.2.4 Interdiffusion at Interface: Interplay Between Electronic and Real Structure; 4.2.5 Doped Materials; 4.2.6 Angular Resolved Photoemission; References; 5 Multichannel Multiple Scattering Theory in RMatrix Formalism; 5.1 Introduction
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 1 online resource.
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 9783319738116
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 computer
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 rdamedia
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 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319738116
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 (OCoLC)1030892436
 on1030892436
Subject
 Multiple scattering (Physics)
 Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation
 Physics
 Spectroscopy and Microscopy
 Spectrum analysis
 Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films
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