Elementary Processes in Excitations and Reactions on Solid Surfaces: Proceedings of the 18th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, January 22-27, 1996

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Elementary Processes in Excitations and Reactions on Solid Surfaces explores the fundamental nature of dynamics on solid surfaces. Attempts are made to reveal various aspects of elementary processes in excitations and reactions on solid surfaces by recent theoretical and experimental developments of the subjects such as molecular beams interacting with surfaces, ion beam scattering, laser-induced dynamical processes, electronically induced dynamical processes, and optical properties of solid surfaces. This volume...

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Overview

Elementary Processes in Excitations and Reactions on Solid Surfaces explores the fundamental nature of dynamics on solid surfaces. Attempts are made to reveal various aspects of elementary processes in excitations and reactions on solid surfaces by recent theoretical and experimental developments of the subjects such as molecular beams interacting with surfaces, ion beam scattering, laser-induced dynamical processes, electronically induced dynamical processes, and optical properties of solid surfaces. This volume is devided into three parts. Part I is concerned mainly with the rich reaction dynamics on potential-energy surfaces. Part II is devoted to the interplay of excitations. In Part III, new and rapidly developing methods are introduced.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642647383
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 7/31/2012
  • Series: Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences , #121
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 243
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Reaction Dynamics of H[subscript 2]/Si: A 5-D Model 3
Eley-Rideal Dynamics of the Reaction of Gas-Phase H(D) with D(H) on Cu(111) 26
Dipped Adcluster Model Study of Surface Reactions 36
Ab Initio Study on Photo-Induced Desorption of CO and NO from Pt(111) 45
van der Waals Density Functional for Atoms and Surfaces 52
Lifetime of the Intermediate Excited State in Laser-Induced Desorption of NO from Pt 56
Electronic Excitations at Oxide Surfaces
Site Occupation of Adsorbed CO on Ni(100) 78
The Interaction of O[subscript 2] with Ag(111) Probed by Beam Experiments 89
On the Molecular Orientation Dependence of Dynamical Processes on Solid Surfaces: Dissociative Adsorption and Scattering 99
Dynamics and Energy Transfer in Scattering of Xe, O[subscript 2] and Cl[subscript 2] from Graphite Surface 112
Collision-Induced Desorption of Xe Adsorbed on Pt(111) by Ar Atoms 122
Spin-Polarized Atomic Beam as a Probe of Spin Correlation at the Topmost Layer of Surfaces 126
The Effects of Electronic Excitations on the Behaviour of Particles Scattered by Metal Surfaces 138
Do the Highly Correlated Kondo and Mixed-Valent States Influence Charge Transfer and Energy Transfer in the Motion of Atoms near Metallic Surfaces? 147
Second Order Self-Energy and Interpolation Formula for the Charge Transfer Probability in Time-Dependent Models 157
Surface Reactions Activated by High Electron Temperatures 165
Density Functional Theory Study of Self-Diffusion on the (111) Surfaces of Ni, Pd, Pt, Cu, Ag and Au 173
Surface Resistivity and Related Phenomena on Metal Surfaces 183
Use of Renormalized Radiation Green's Function in Microscopic Nonlocal Optical Response Theory: Applications to Surface Optical Problems 193
Theory for Nonlinear Magneto-Optics at Thin Films 201
Size Dependent CO Dissociation on Rh Particles Supported on Thin Alumina Films 210
Effects of Alloying with Ge on the Pt Electronic Structure and Molecular Adsorption 217
Novel Structure Model for the Type C Defect on Si(001) Surface 225
Adsorbed PF[subscript 3] on Ru(001) - Quantum Gear Problem? 231
Brief Summary 239
Index of Contributors 243
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