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High Resolution Electron Spectroscopy : Instrumentation and Some Results on a Tungsten Surface

  • A. Adnot

Abstract

General principles for the design of electron spectrometers will be briefly given with emphasis on the 127° cylindrical and 180° hemispherical types. A high resolution electron spectrometer can be used for studying several aspects of surfaces and applications for LEED work (diffraction patterns and I–V curves) and Auger work will be demonstrated.

Finally, some adsorbate induced vibration spectra will be presented for a tungsten W(001) surface covered with H2, CO and O2.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry High Resolution Diffraction Pattern General Principle Versus Curve 
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Copyright information

© Plenum Press, New York 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Adnot
    • 1
  1. 1.ISA RIBERParisFrance

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