ESDIAD Studies of the Structure of Species Chemisorbed on Ni(110). The Surface Bonding of NH3, NH2, and CO
In this paper it will be shown that ESDIAD (Electron Stimulated Desorption Ion Angular Distribution) can give detailed information about both the structural and the dynamic behavior of surface species. There are at present few physical measurement techniques in surface science which give such detailed information about surface bonding in polyatomic adsorbates.
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