The Experimental Optical Research of the Dynamic Surface Variation at High Temperature Conditions in a Vacuum
Surface diffusion in one of the most important subjects in surface science due to its relevance to crystal growth and surface catalysis. A detailed research of the diffusional processes establish a criterion of distinction between the physical adsorption and chemisorption. It is necessary to have experimental criterion1. Under the effect of high temperature and vacuum, the properties of metals considerably change, therefore to know corrosion resistance characteristics and diffusive motion of the absorbate particles at normal low temperature is not enough in designing space structures.
KeywordsSurface Diffusion Reflection Factor Surface Diffusion Coefficient Oxiding Rate Increase Absorbate Particle
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