Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces

Hardcover | September 30, 1993

EditorKenzi Tamaru

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This timely volume assembles work by the field's top Japanese researchers to examine the effects of catalysis, electrochemistry, surface restructuring, lubrication and other factors on the dynamic behaviors of surfaces. Theory, experimental techniques, and results are all detailed to provide chemists and physicists with the most up-to-date research on surface science available.

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This timely volume assembles work by the field's top Japanese researchers to examine the effects of catalysis, electrochemistry, surface restructuring, lubrication and other factors on the dynamic behaviors of surfaces. Theory, experimental techniques, and results are all detailed to provide chemists and physicists with the most u...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:372 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:September 30, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:030644268X

ISBN - 13:9780306442681

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Theory of Atomic and Electronic Structure of Surfaces; A. Yoshimori. Theory of Dynamical Processes of Surfaces; M. Tsukada. Real-Time Monitoring of Surface Processes by a Novel Form of Low-Energy Ion Scattering; M. Aono. In situ Observation of Surface Processes by High-Resolution UHV Electron Microscopy; M. Takayanagi, K. Yagi. Catalysis by Structurally Designed Surfaces; Y. Iwasawa. Surface Compounds Formed on Single Crystal Metal Surfaces During Catalysis; K. Tanaka. Surface-Supported Metal Clusters; M. Ichikawa. Laser Induced Surface Reactions; T. Kawai, M. Kawai. IR Spectroscopic Studies on Surface Reactions; T. Onishi. Catalysis of Heteropoly Compounds in the Pseudoliquid Phase; T. Okuhara, M. Misono. Surface Reaction Controlled by the Bulk Migration of Oxide Ion in Multicomponent Metal Oxide Systems; Y. Moro-oka. Chirality Recognition by a Clay Surface Modified with an Optically Active Metal Complex; A. Yamagishi. Index.