2 edition of Chemistry and physics of solid surfaces found in the catalog.
Chemistry and physics of solid surfaces
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors R. Vanselow and R. Howe. [Vol.]5.|
|Series||Springer series in chemical physics -- 35|
|Contributions||Vanselow, Ralf., Howe, Russell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||554|
This text book is ideal for the postgraduate student starting in solid state chemistry. The maths is kept to a minimum (a bonus for most students) and the descriptions detailed enough to provide a good understanding of complex subjects allowing the reader to understand and follow the open academic literature on the subjects covered - something which many solid state chemistry book fail to do/5(4). VII. Surfaces of Solids 1. Introduction A. The Surface Mobility of Solids B. Effect of Processing on the Condition of Solid Surfaces 2. Thermodynamics of Crystals A. Surface Tension and Surface Free Energy B. The Equilibrium File Size: 2MB.
Chemistry in two dimensions: surfaces George Fisher Baker non-resident lectureship in chemistry at Cornell University George Fisher Baker Non-Resident Lecture Series Cornell Paperbacks: Author: Gabor A. Somorjai: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cornell University Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Purchase The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.
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Each speaker is asked, in addi tion, to write a review paper on his lecture topic. The collected articles from previous Institutes have been published under the following titles: Surface Science: Recent Progress and Perspectives, Crit. Rev. Solid State Sci. 4. The Physics and Chemistry of Solids features: * A unique integrated approach to the solid state.
* A carefully structured text, with the first four chapters covering the properties of atoms in solids, whilst the remaining four concentrate on the behaviour of electrons in by: Films on Solid Surfaces presents the physics and chemistry Chemistry and physics of solid surfaces book physical adsorption.
This book contains 10 chapters that are ordered according to the flow of a course given in a graduate study in University of Washington during The introductory chapter presents the motivation for the completion of the book.
Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces, Vol. 2 1st Edition by Ralf Vanselow (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Hardcover. Description of crystalline surfaces The substrate structure.
Surface relaxation and reconstruction. Description of adsorbate structures. Preparation of clean surfaces. Thermodynamics of solid surfaces Surface stress and surface tension. Determination of the surface energy.
Surface steps and defects. Solid–solid boundaries. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chemistry and physics of solid surfaces. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, ©(OCoLC) Document Type.
No single volume in the series Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces can possibly cover the entire field of modern surface science. However, the series as a whole is intended to provide experts and students alike with a comprehensive set of reviews and literature.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: CRC. Includes index. Description: pages cm: Responsibility: co-editors, Ralf Vanselow. Expanding on the ideas first presented in Gerhard Ertl's acclaimed Baker Lectures at Cornell University, Reactions at Solid Surfaces comprises an authoritative, self-contained, book-length introduction to surface reactions for both professional chemists and students alike.
Outlining our present understanding of the fundamental processes underlying reactions at solid surfaces, the book provides. At the microscopic level, most materials, with the notable exception of a few truly amorphous specimens, can be considered as a collection or aggregate of single crystal crystallites.
The surface chemistry of the material as a whole is therefore crucially dependent upon the nature and type of surfaces exposed on these crystallites. The third edition of this excellent textbook for advanced students in material science, chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, or for researchers needing background knowledge in surface and interface science.
The general yet comprehensive introduction to this field focuses on the essential concepts rather than specific details, on intuitive understanding rather than learning facts.
Physics at Surfaces is a unique graduate-level introduction to the physics and chemical physics of solid surfaces, and atoms and molecules that interact with solid surfaces. A subject of keen scientific inquiry since the last century, surface physics emerged as an independent discipline only in the late s as a result of the development of Cited by: Serving as a general introduction to surface and interface science, this book focuses on basic concepts rather than specific details, and on intuitive understanding rather than merely learning facts.
The text reflects the fact that the physics and chemistry of surfaces is a diverse area of research that involves classical scientific and engineering disciplines.
The Chemical Physics of Surfaces. ISBN there has seemed to be a need for a book-length review spanning the disciplines of surface physics and surface chemistry-a review to summarize and show the con nection between the observations from each discipline.
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These surfaces have a particular importance but there an infinite number of other planes that may be defined using Miller index notation.