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111. Surface Molecules and Chemisorption, I. Adatom Density of States
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 5/1/1974
Author: John William Gadzuk
Abstract: A useful picture of chemisorption on metal surfaces is one in which a localized molecule is formed between the adatom and its nearest neighbor substrate atoms. The interaction responsible for the molecule formation is treated as the coupling between ...

112. Surface Molecules and Chemisorption. II. Photoemission Angular Distributions
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 12/15/1974
Author: John William Gadzuk
Abstract: A theory of the angular distributions of electrons photoemitted from submonolayer films of chemisorbed atoms is presented. Chemisorption is treated within the surface-molecule limit of the Anderson model. It is shown that the key features which dif ...

113. Surface Relaxation Energies in Core Level Spectroscopies of Adsorbed Atoms and Molecules
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 10/1/1977
Author: John William Gadzuk
Abstract: Core level holes which are created in electron emission spectroscopies of atoms and molecules adsorbed or condensed onto metal surfaces induce a screening charge at the surface. The Coulomb interaction between the induced and the hole charge, called ...

114. Surface Sensitivity of Auger-Electron Spectroscopy and X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 8/9/1999
Authors: Cedric John Powell, E Jablonski, I Tilinin, David R. Penn
Abstract: A convenient measure of surface sensitivity in Auger-electron spectroscopy (AES) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is the mean escape depth (MED). If the effects of elastic-electron scattering are neglected, the MED is equal to the electron ...

115. Surface Studies Using Spin Polarized Electrons
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 9/1/1977
Authors: Daniel Thornton Pierce, Robert Celotta, W Unertl

116. Symmetry in Low-Energy-Polarized-Electron Diffraction
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 5/14/1979
Authors: G Wang, B Dunlap, Robert Celotta, Daniel Thornton Pierce
Abstract: The first low-energy-electron diffraction measurements using a polarized incident electron beam are reported and compared to measurements where an unpolarized incident beam is analyzed after scattering. Whereas, because of multiple scattering, equiva ...

117. The Chemisorption of Chlorosilanes and Chlorine on Si(111)7{multiply}7
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 1/1/1990
Authors: Lloyd J. Whitman, S Joyce, J Yarmoff, F McFeeley, L Terminello
Abstract: The chemisorption of SiCl^d4^, Si^d2^Cl^d6^, and chlorine on Si(111)7x7 has been characterixed using soft X-ray photoemission with synchrotron radiation, thermal desorption spectroscopy, and Auger electron spectroscopy. SiCl^d4^ dissociatively chemi ...

118. The Chemisorption of SiCl^d4^, Si^d2^Cl^d6^, and Chlorine on Si(111) 7{multiply}7
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 1/1/1990
Authors: Lloyd J. Whitman, S Joyce, J Yarmoff, F McFeeley, L Terminello

119. The Dependence of the Tunneling Current on Density of States in Non-Superconducting Junctions
Topic: Surface Physics
Published: 5/1/1975
Author: David R. Penn

120. 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 ...

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