We present angle- and polarization-dependent photoelectron spectra of solid C-60 recorded over a large range of emission angles. The bands derived from the three highest molecular orbitals are very similar in their angular distribution and show a strong dependence on both light polarization direction and sample orientation. We show that a molecular emission pattern modified by solid-state effects accounts for the observations.
|Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics)
|Published - 2003
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