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1. Photoelectron spectroscopy or the use of electron beams to induce transitions between electronic energy levels.

The study of the distribution of energy that is lost by scattered electrons when a substance is bombarded with monochromatic electrons.

2. A technique for studying atoms, solids, or molecules in which a substance is bombarded with monochromatic electrons, and the energies of scattered electrons are measured to determine the distribution of energy loss.
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