To deal with all relativistic effects and magnetism on the same level, the fully relativistic formalism will be used in the following. Thus, one of the goals of this work is to apply the Korringa-Kohn-Rostoker (KKR) band structure method in its relativistic version to a wide range of spectroscopies. Accordingly, all results will be compared with available experimental data as far as possible. Based on these results various aspects connected with experiments will be discussed in detail. In the first chapter the theoretical basis of this work will be introduced. The second part of this thesis is dedicated to the photoemission spectroscopies, i.e. spin-resolved Auger electron spectroscopy, Fano effects in valence band photoem ission and core level photoemission.
In a third part we discuss resonant magneto-optical effects in the X-ray regime. Last chapter is dealing with non-collinear spin-structures within multiple scattering theory and its application to studies of photoemission and X-ray absorption is described.
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