Surface Science Research Developments e-book
by Charles P. Norris
This new book covers the physics and chemistry of surfaces .
Charles Gilman Norris (April 23, 1881 – July 25, 1945) was an American novelist. A native of Chicago, Norris worked as a journalist for some years before finding success as a novelist and playwright. His first book was The Amateur (1916). His other novels include Salt (1919), Brass: A Novel of Marriage (1921), Bread (1923), Pig Iron (1926), Seed: A Novel of Birth Control (1930), Zest (1933), Hands (1935), and Flint (1944).
This new book covers the physics and chemistry of surfaces. The scope includes the structure, thermodynamics, and mobility of clean surfaces, as well as the interaction of gas molecules with solid surfaces. The energetic particle interactions that are the basis for the majority of techniques developed to reveal the structure and chemistry of surfaces are explored including auger electron spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy, inelastic scattering of electrons and ions, low energy electron diffraction, scanning probe microscopy, and interfacial segregation. Crystal nucleation and growth are.
This new book covers the physics and chemistry of surfaces.
Authors: Norris, Charles P. Published by : Nova Science Publishers, (New York :) Physical details: ix, 199 p. : ill. (some co. : 27 cm.
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Surface Science - Science topic. 118+ million publications. For everyone interested in physical and chemical phenomena that occur at the interface of two phases. The development of catalysts with high activity and durability is extremely important for the commercialization of polymer electrolyte fuel cells. The problems to overcome of the present catalysts are discussed with possible solutions in the view of surface science.
Surface science provides major support to many technologically ambitious industries. It also makes significant contributions to product development and problem solving in many materials-based industries where surface finish, cleanliness, adhesion, wear or friction are important. An understanding of surface processes is vital in chemical industries because of the importance of heterogeneous catalysis and is likely to make major contributions to the growing optoelectronics and molecular sensing industries. The frontier is expanding through dynamic exchange between theory and experiment.
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