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by W. Kress,F. W. De Wette

Free eBook Surface Phonons (Springer Series in Surface Sciences) download ISBN: 0387527214
Author: W. Kress,F. W. De Wette
Publisher: Springer Verlag (July 1, 1991)
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Springer Series in Surface Sciences.

Springer Series in Surface Sciences. In recent years substantial progress has been made in the detection of surface phonons owing to considerable improvements in inelastic rare gas scattering tech­ niques and electron energy loss spectroscopy. With these methods it has become possible to measure surface vibrations in a wide energy range for all wave vectors in the two-dimensional Brillouin zone and thus to deduce the complete surface phonon dispersion curves.

Surface Structures from L E E D : Metal Surfaces and Metastable Phases. The three-dimensional structure of solids results from a delicate balance of different interactions and represents the minimum in free enthalpy integrated over all of these interactions. Marcus (With 2 Figures). Electrostatic Models of Relaxation on Metal Surfaces By P. M. Marcus, P. Jiang, and F. Jona (With 1 Figure). Asymptotic Behavior of Relaxation and Reconstruction Near Crystalline Surfaces: Application to V(100) and Al(331) Surfaces By G. Allan and M. Lannoo (With 1 Figure).

Frederik W. de Wette. W. Kress, F. Pages 1-3. Surface Acoustic Waves. A. Maradudin, G. I. Stegeman. The Green’s Function Method in the Surface Lattice Dynamics of Ionic Crystals. G. Benedek, L. Miglio. Study of Surface Phonons by the Slab Method.

from book Surface Analysis Methods in Materials Science (p. 47-373). Springer Series in Surface Sciences. Chapter · January 2003 with 1 Reads. It is normally divided into two techniques: Extended XAFS (EXAFS) describing the fine structure more than about 50 eV above an absorption edge, and near edge structure or XANES. In an X-ray absorption spectrum, a series of oscillations in the measured absorption coefficient can be observed on the high-energy side of an absorption edge.

In recent years substantial progress has been made in the detection of surface phonons owing to considerable improvements in inelastic rare gas scattering tech­ niques and electron . Series: Springer Series in Surface Sciences 21. File: PDF, 1. 4 MB. Читать онлайн.

In recent years substantial progress has been made in the detection of surface phonons owing to considerable improvements in inelastic rare gas scattering tech­ niques and electron energy loss spectroscopy.

Winfried Kress, Frederick W. de Wette, Giorgio Benedek

Winfried Kress, Frederick W. de Wette, Giorgio Benedek. In recent years substantial progress has been made in the detection of surface phonons owing to considerable improvements in inelastic rare gas scattering tech- niques and electron energy loss spectroscopy.

In solid state physics, a surface phonon is the quantum of a lattice vibration mode associated with a solid surface. Similar to the ordinary lattice vibrations in a bulk solid (whose quanta are simply called phonons), the nature of surface vibrations depends on details of periodicity and symmetry of a crystal structure. Surface vibrations are however distinct from the bulk vibrations, as they arise from the abrupt termination of a crystal structure at the surface of a solid.