Surface Science: Lectures on Basic Concepts and Applications by F. A. Ponce, M. Cardona (auth.), Dr. Fernando A. Ponce,

By F. A. Ponce, M. Cardona (auth.), Dr. Fernando A. Ponce, Professor Dr. Drs. h.c. Manuel Cardona (eds.)

In this ebook "surface technology" is known in a extensive feel, taken to incorporate two-dimensional buildings resembling skinny movies and superlattices. Thecontributions replicate present learn actions in floor and thin-film technological know-how in Latin-America, offering a transparent photo of the learn facilities, gear and services to be had within the quarter during this speedily constructing box of physics. the subjects handled conceal the full spectrum of the topic, with the most recent theoretical effects beingreported along info of commercial purposes resembling fabrics characterization and photovoltaic cells. floor scientists, engineers and examine admistrators will locate this quantity of interest.

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Articles in Theory of the Inhomogeneous Electron Gas, edited by S. LWldqvist and N. H. March (Plenum, New York,1983). 32. G. M. LambIe, R. S. Brooks, and D. A. King, Phys. Rev. Lett. 61, 1112 (1988). 33. R. E. Carnley and D. L. Mills, Phys. Rev. B 29, 1695 (1984). 34. R. E. Palmer, J. F. Annett, and R. F. Willis, Phys. Re,·. Lett. 58, 2490 (1987). 35. J. A. Gaspar, and A. G. Eguiluz, to be published. J. L. Kellogg Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM 87185, USA Abstract. Theory and experiment show that a substitutional mode dominates self-diffusion on several fcc{OOI) metal surfaces-Al, for which the calculations were performed, and Pt and Ir, for which the unusual signature of substitutional diffusion has been observed-namely a preference for motion in [100] and [010] directions.

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