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Vibrational Relaxation of Adsorbed Particles

  • V. P. Zhdanov
Part of the Fundamental and Applied Catalysis book series (FACA)

Abstract

The processes of vibrational relaxation, i.e., of vibration excitation and deexcitation of molecules, are known to play the key role in providing them with the energy needed to participate in chemical reactions. At present much experimental and theoretical data have been published concerning vibrational relaxation in gases [1], liquids [2], and solids [1, 3]. The subject of this chapter, vibration relaxation of adsorbed particles, has been less studied. Nevertheless, the first reviews in this field have been published [4, 45, 46].

Keywords

Friction Coefficient Surface Atom Golden Rule Anderson Model Adiabatic Approximation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. P. Zhdanov
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  1. 1.Institute of CatalysisAcademy of Sciences of the USSR, Siberian BranchNovosibirskUSSR

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