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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. G. Chiarotti
    Pages 2-12
  3. G. Chiarotti
    Pages 12-12
  4. G. Chiarotti
    Pages 20-20
  5. G. Chiarotti
    Pages 27-28
  6. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 29-30
  7. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 31-33
  8. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 34-35
  9. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 55-64
  10. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 65-75
  11. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 76-87
  12. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 88-101
  13. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 102-111
  14. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 112-122
  15. J. F. Nicholas
    Pages 124-124
  16. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 125-126
  17. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 126-128
  18. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 128-129
  19. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 129-130
  20. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 130-130
  21. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 131-144
  22. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 145-159
  23. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 160-170
  24. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 171-181
  25. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 182-194
  26. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 195-207
  27. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 208-216
  28. A. Fasolino, A. Selloni, A. Shkrebtii
    Pages 217-224
  29. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 225-228
  30. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 228-229
  31. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 229-230
  32. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 230-230
  33. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 231-231
  34. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 233-247
  35. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 248-262
  36. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 263-277
  37. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 278-283
  38. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 284-299
  39. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 300-311
  40. H. Henzler, W. Ranke
    Pages 312-320

About this book

Introduction

Surface physics has experienced in the last two decades an explosive expansion caused by the development and/or substantial improvement of surface sensitive techniques and UHV apparatuses. It has grown into a maturefield of research, with data of the highest accuracy and reproducibility. Surface physics is of great importance for technological applications like field effect devices, molecular beamepitaxy, chemisorption and catalysis, corrosion, surface hardening etc. The present volume III/24 is restricted to the so called "clean" surfaces, i.e. to surfaces atomically clean and well characterized, leaving the more complex field of the contaminated surfaces and overlayers to a later occasion. Due to the large amount of data this volume is divided into four subvolumes: III/24a, b, c, d (see below). Each chapter consists of an introduction giving a brief presentation of the subject and a data section in form of tables, figures, and pictures. A general index in which all data are ordered alphybetically according to the material and to the surface is given at the end of subvolume III/24d.

Keywords

Chemisorption catalysis corrosion epitaxy physics structure

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b41604
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-56069-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47397-8
  • Series Print ISSN 1615-1925
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9549
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