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  • n. The energy level of the electrons (core electrons) occupying the completely filled shells under the valence shell.


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  • CLARK: It's a deep battle mission, core-level, deep battle mission.

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  • Although the DFT and Pb 4f NIXSW results for the Pb-Ag (111) distance are similarly in apparently good agreement, the Pb 4f core-level data suggest that a chemical reaction between PbPc and Ag (111) occurs due to the annealing procedure used in our experiments and that the similarity of the DFT and Pb 4f NIXSW values for the Pb-Ag (111) distance is likely to be fortuitous.

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