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6 ...... 4 2 :,:'1 :1 :,:', ",. " . ;,' ;' . '",. 8 Photon Energy "wleV Figure 5. Photoyields at near-normal incidence of the light from smooth and electrochemically roughened (111) and (100) surfaces of silver in the vicinity of the surface-plasmon energy. diminishes indicating that the roughness spectrum distribution centered on lower momentum values. lS shifting to a The results presented in this section again demonstrate the lowenergy capabilities of the photoemission-into-electrolyte technique.