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Abstract

The shapes and widths of the x-ray L and K emission bands of Sb in InSb, GaSb, and AlSb and of Ga in GaSb, respectively, have been measured by two different double crystal spectrometers. The experimental values are compared with theoretical band calculations. The different shapes and widths of the L and K spectra in the same compound can be explained by the different influence of the transition probability. In agreement with a theoretical calculation the short wavelength shoulder of the L spectra is interpreted as a satellite emission.