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By H. P. Bonzel, R. Denecke, W. Eck, A. Föhlisch, G. Held, W. Jaegermann, N. Martensson, T. Mayer, H. Over, H. P. Steinrück

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ISBN-13: 9783540202813

Surface technological know-how is known as a comparatively younger medical self-discipline, inquisitive about the actual and chemical houses of phenomena on fresh and lined good surfaces, studied below various stipulations. The adsorption of atoms and molecules on sturdy surfaces is, for instance, any such situation, hooked up with roughly drastic adjustments of all floor houses. An adsorption occasion is often saw in nature and located to be of technical significance in lots of commercial techniques. as a result, floor technological know-how is interdisciplinary by way of its very nature, and as such a tremendous middleman among primary and utilized research.

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425 K Mol. beam TDS 98A1 79K1 Mol. beam TDS AES, TDS, LEED 98A1 79K1 83B2 XPS AES, ∆Φ 85M1 79B2 Mol. beam Mol. beam Mol. beam TDS, LEED TDS 97S1 97S1 97S1 74H1 99Y2 Mol. Beam 98S2, 98N1 TPD, AES 89G1 TPD, LEED, UPS Mol. beam, STM 77C2 01K1 425 K step distance 25 Å sticking coeff. is constant 473 K sticking coeff. 32 eV. 2 Adsorption of C, N, and O on metal surfaces Coverage Ref. p. 95 a), b), c), f) Rh(111) Rh(100) Method Ref. 05 350 K e); direct molecular chemisorption Mol. beam, precursor mediated Mol.

Tc = 754 K, 4-state Pott Tc = 555 K, 3-state Pott Tc = 709 K, 2-D Ising model 3-particle interaction: 15 - 40 meV order-disorder: trans. may be 1st-order. /method 90A1/HREELS 90C2/STM 91D2/MCS 86W2/LEED 90G2/LEED 82K2/STM 80S1/RBS 95L2 94S1 87P1/LEED 81K1/LEED 85R1/HREELS 83R3/HeD 87C4/LEED 93B8/HeD 97K2/MC 97O1/HeD, LEED 96B4/SPALEED 87P1/LEED 90P3/LEED 93B8, 89W2/LEED 78C3/MCS 84R2 82K1 93J1 90T2/LEED 92G1, 86R4/LEED 83W2/LEED 89Z1/LEED+MCS 85W1/LEED Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/42A4 Ref.

Beam Mol. beam Mol. beam, precursor mediated 300 K mechanism ambiguous stick. coeff. constant and decreases then rapidly (T = 353 K) 125 K sample temperature 258 K, 573 K sample temp. 5 ML 110 K - 150 K 300 K 100 K; stick. coeff. 2 77 - 500 K d); direct dissociation 91R1 78N1 73B2, 77H2, 81C1 84N1, 94G2 97D2 84N1, 96B2 79P1 AES, LEED TDS, LEED TPD, AES Mol. beam Mol. beam 92C4 90S2 85M2 97B3 98K1 XPS, LEED, TDS LEED, TDS 83F2 77K1, 96R1 Mol. beam, trapping mediated 96W3 [Ref. p. 5 ML; stick. coeff.

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