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Electron Spectroscopy of Surfaces via Field and Photoemission

  • J. W. Gadzuk
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 16)

Abstract

The purpose of these lectures is to convey a sense of what information on the electronic and geometrical properties of surfaces, with and without adsorbed monolayers of gases, is currently being obtained using field and photoemission spectroscopy. These notes are not a comprehensive review of the field as many such articles already exist or are in preparation now(1–6). The emphasis here will be on some of the theoretical principles underlying the physics of the measurement process.

Keywords

Relaxation Energy Adsorbed Atom Solid State Phys Final State Interaction Hole Potential 
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  • J. W. Gadzuk
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  1. 1.National Bureau of StandardsUSA

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