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Electron Spectroscopy for the Investigation of Metallic Surfaces and Adsorbed Species

  • C. R. Brundle
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 16)

Abstract

These lecture notes cover the experimental use of Ultraviolet Photoemission (UPS) and X-ray Photoemission(XPS) for solid-state and surface adsorption studies and applications. As such they are complementary to the largely theoretical notes of J. W. Gadzuk (JWG)1 which provide a unifying theoretical framework of photoemission. Examples of some of the phenomena discussed by J. W. Gadzuk are given (in particular the detection and use of adsorbate resonances, the phenomena of relaxation and “shake-up” structure, the sum rules connecting the two, and, briefly, some aspects of angular photoemission). Practical consideration is given to their ability to provide information on bonding and analysis at surfaces. Prior to the more esoteric considerations of electronic structure effects during adsorbate/substrate interactions, the more mundane aspects of (a) quantitative elemental analysis at surfaces, and (b) “fingerprinting” methods of molecular and chemical analysis at surfaces are covered.

Keywords

Metal Surface Auger Transition Auger Process Valence Level Valence Region 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. R. Brundle
    • 1
  1. 1.IBM Research LaboratorySan JoseUSA

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