Importance of vertex corrections for obtaining correct selection rules in the theory of photoemission
(1986) In Physical Review B 34(6). p.37983806 Abstract
 It is shown that the commonly used approximation for the noloss angleresolved photocurrent from solids in general violates the optical selection rules if the finalstate inverse lowenergy electron diffraction orbital is taken to be damped. The violations occur in the velocity formula, which is inconsistent with the corresponding and commonly used acceleration formula in which the matrix elements are evaluated with respect to the gradient of the oneelectron potential. It has recently been shown that, in a correct description of the noloss photocurrent, the bare matrix elements should be replaced by the appropriate vectorcoupling vertex function. We demonstrate that this modification is needed in order to have correct selection rules... (More)
 It is shown that the commonly used approximation for the noloss angleresolved photocurrent from solids in general violates the optical selection rules if the finalstate inverse lowenergy electron diffraction orbital is taken to be damped. The violations occur in the velocity formula, which is inconsistent with the corresponding and commonly used acceleration formula in which the matrix elements are evaluated with respect to the gradient of the oneelectron potential. It has recently been shown that, in a correct description of the noloss photocurrent, the bare matrix elements should be replaced by the appropriate vectorcoupling vertex function. We demonstrate that this modification is needed in order to have correct selection rules and consistency between the velocity and acceleration formulas for photoemission and photoabsorption. Our formalism further allows us to interpret the commonly used acceleration formula in terms of a welldefined approximation which leaves out localfield effects, and to give approximations which obey the selection rules. (Less)
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 Almbladh, CarlOlof ^{LU}
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 1986
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 Physical Review B
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 34
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 6
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 3798  3806
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 American Physical Society
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 1550235X
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 English
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