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The irreducible representations, according to which the total wave functions including spin transform are indicated in the following by suband superscripts. The superscript indicates the irreducible representation without spin, the subscript that with spin. As an example, consider the group C,,(using the tables of Ref. Suppose that the orbital part of the wave function has the symmetry A5which is a doubly degenerateband. A spin 1/2 transforms under C,, according to the representation As. , the degeneracy of the band A5 is lifted.

It is already clear that a rich variety of phenomena can be expected which will give insights into important properties of electronic wave functions in solids which have been hitherto barely accessible to experiment. C. The 100% Polarized-Electron Source It would be useful to have a polarized-electronsource of high brightness with the capability of inverting the sign of the polarization without changing other beam parameters. The latter point is very important because otherwise apparative, systematic errors are introduced which severely limit the range of applications.

At low T, the magnons have long wavelength, and there is no difference between the localized and the itinerant picture of magnetism. Hence the result obtained by Mills and Maradudin with the Heisenberg model should also hold for itinerant systems as long as T is sufficiently low. Attempts to test the theory of Mills and Maradudin by specific heat measurements have been inconclusive so far (68). The reason is that the disturbance caused by the surface is confined to the very first layers. Photoemission of electrons, especially close to photoelectric threshold, in general also cannot deliver a clear picture of M,( T) since the probing-depth range 10- 100 A is generally too large.

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