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101. The National Measurement System for Surface Properties
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 12/1/1976
Author: Cedric John Powell

102. Electron Transmission Measurements of Electron Mean Free Path in Supported Thin Films from 1-5 keV
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 11/2/1976
Author: R Stein
Abstract: ^u^ Measurements are made of the transmission of medium energy electrons through in vacuo deposited films in order to determine the inelastic electron mean free path as a function of energy. Films of Al, Ge and Au are deposited in small increments on ...

103. Angle Resolved Auger Surface Spectroscopy
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 11/1/1976
Author: John William Gadzuk
Abstract: The angular distribution of electrons ejected in core-valence-valence Auger transitions of atoms chemisorbed on metal surfaces is considered theoretically. Since the valence electrons participating in the Auger transition are also involved in chemica ...

104. The Displacement of Hydrogen by Carbon Monoxide on the (100) Face of Tungsten: A Photoemission and Thermal Desorption Study
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 11/1/1976
Authors: Theodore Vincent Vorburger, D Sandstrom, B Waclawski
Abstract: Photoelectron spectra (hv = 21.22 eV) and thermal desorption data were obtained for CO and H coadsorbed on W(100) at 80 K. When the clean surface is exposed to a saturation dose of H2, subsequent exposure to CO results in the formation of a state who ...

105. Screening Energies in Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Localized Electron Levels
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 9/15/1976
Author: John William Gadzuk
Abstract: Screening or polarization energies (often called "extra-atomic relaxation energies") associated with localized-hole creation in photoelectron spectroscopy in or on metals have been calculated. Following the procedure of Hedin and Lundqvist, the scree ...

106. Comment on Field emission as a probe of the surface density of states
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 7/15/1976
Author: David R. Penn
Abstract: It is shown that the primary contribution to the field-emission current comes from electrons with total momentum equal to zero in a direction parallel to the metal surface and that the field-emission current measures the density of states at a point ...

107. Improved Microwave-discharge Source for uv Photoemission
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 4/1/1976
Authors: Theodore Vincent Vorburger, B Waclawski, D Sandstrom
Abstract: A microwave-discharge uv light source has been improved to yield significant photon fluxes at 26.9 and 40.81 eV. In order to optimize the 26.9-eV (NeII) and 40.81-eV (HeII) radiation, the discharge was operated at ~2.5 Pa (0.019 Torr) in an external ...

108. Can Chemisorption Bonding Shifts be Separated from Relaxation-Energy Shifts in Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 1/1/1976
Author: John William Gadzuk

109. Cross Sections for Ionization of Inner-shell Electrons by Electrons
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 1/1/1976
Author: Cedric John Powell
Abstract: A survey is given of the available cross-section data for ionization of inner-shell electrons by incident electrons in the range of interest for electron-probe microanalysis and for Auger-electron spectroscopy of solid surfaces. Owing to the paucity ...

110. Electron Spectroscopy of Surfaces via Field and Photoemission
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 1/1/1976
Author: John William Gadzuk

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