Satellite structure in the binding energy spectra of the valence band
of aluminum

A.S. Kheifets$^\ast$, M. Vos$^\ast$, E.Weigold$^\ast$,
S.A. Canney$^\flat$, B. Holm$^\dagger$, F. Aryasetiawan$^\ddagger$ and
K. Karlsson$^\sharp$

$^\ast$ Research School of Physical Sciences and
Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra A.C.T. 0200,
$^\flat$Electronic Structure of Materials Centre, Flinders University
of South Australia, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide S.A. 5001, Australia
$^\dagger$Chalmers University of Technology and G\"oteborg University,
,S-412 96 G\"oteborg, Sweden
$^\ddagger$Joint Research Center for Atom Technology, Angstrom
Technology Partnership\ ,, 1-1-4 Higashi, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305, Japan
$^\sharp$Department of Natural Science, H\"gskolan i Sk\"ovde, 541 28
Sk\"ovde, Sweden

We simulate binding energy spectra of the valence band of
aluminum obtained by electron momentum spectroscopy (EMS). These
spectra contain intensive satellite structure below the bottom of the
valence band which is due to both the electron correlation in the
target and the instrumental multiple scattering effect. We use the
Monte Carlo procedure to simulate the multiple scattering and employ
various realistic models to describe the many-electron correlation in
the aluminum crystal