Classical Trajectory Studies of Kev Ions Interacting with Solid Surfaces
Classical dynamics has been used extensively over the past twenty years to aid in our microscopic understanding of chemical reactions and properites of matter. As our experience has grown, the complexity of the systems studied has expanded from simple atom-diatom collisions1,2 and hard sphere liquids3 to more complicated gas-phase reactants (see the chapters by Schatz and Elgersma in this book) and more realistic liquids.4 Dynamics calculations allow the determination of average experimental quantities, and at the same time, they give physical insight into the microscopic mechanisms. Results of the calculations are very visual, allowing one to picture the motion of particles. The variety of applications of classical dynamics in chemistry is evidenced by the contributions to this volume.
KeywordsAngular Distribution Pair Potential Classical Dynamic Crystal Face Single Crystal Surface
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