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Surface and Interface Science, Volume 3 and 4: Volume 3 - Properties of Composite Surfaces; Volume 4 - Solid-Solid Interfaces and Thin Films

Klaus Wandelt (Editor)
ISBN: 978-3-527-41157-3
1000 pages
December 2013
Surface and Interface Science, Volume 3 and 4: Volume 3 - Properties of Composite Surfaces; Volume 4 - Solid-Solid Interfaces and Thin Films (3527411577) cover image

Description

Covering interface science from a novel surface science perspective, this eight-volume handbook offers a comprehensive overview of both these and numerous other topics.
The initial chapters treat basic fundamentals on such topics as vacuum technology, while general chapters -- where appropriate -- describe theoretical methods and provide models to help explain the respective phenomena, such as band structure calculations, chemisorption and segregation. Additionally, short references to more specialized methodology accompany the descriptions of the most important techniques.
Ideal as a reference for scientists in the field, as well as an introduction to current methods for newcomers.
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Table of Contents

VOLUME 3
Chapter 11: Surface Properties of Alloys (T. Kerscher, St. Mueller)
Chapter 12: Properties of Surface Alloys (E. Hoster)
Chapter 13: Surfaces of Compound Semiconductors (P. Vogt, N. Esser)
Chapter 14: Surface Silicides (E. G. Michel)
Chapter 15: Properties of Oxide Surfaces (M. Sterrer, H. J. Freund)
Chapter 16: Surfaces of simple ionic crystals (A. Pucci, J. Vogt, H. Weiß, M. Reichling)
Chapter 17: Surfaces of ice (Y. Furukawa, G. Sazaki and H. Nada)
Chapter 18: Surfaces of quasicrystals and related intermetallic alloys (P. Thiel, R. McGrath)
Chapter 19: Surfaces of amorphous/glassy materials (E. Barletta, K. Wandelt)
VOLUME 4
Chapter 20: Epitaxy (H. Brune)
Chapter 21: Quantum well states in metallic films, wires and dots on metal surfaces (P. Pervan, R. Brako, M. Milun)
Chapter 22: Magnetism of thin films (R. Allenspach)
Chapter 23: Thin oxide films (G. Granozzi and St. Agnoli)
Chapter 24: Vitreous thin silicate films (M. Heyde, G. H. Simon, and L. Lichtenstein)
Chapter 25: Graphene on metal surfaces (Y. L. Wang, H. M. Guo and H. Y. Gao)
Chapter 26: Molecular organic films on solid substrates (M. Sokolowski)
Chapter 27: Magnetic Nanostructure (T. Balashov and W. Wulfhekel)
Chapter 28: Cluster Growth on oxide surfaces (C. Becker and C. R. Henry)
Chapter 29: Semiconductor Quantum dots: the model case of the Ge/Si system (Anna Sgarlata, Luca Persichetti and Adalberto Balzarotti)
Chapter 30: Friction (S. Krylov and J. M. W. Frenken)
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Author Information

Klaus Wandelt is Full Professor in Physical Chemistry and Director of the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Bonn, Germany. In 1975 he received his PhD on electron spectroscopic investigations of alloy surfaces. After a postdoctoral stay at the IBM-Research Laboratory in San Jose, California, he qualified as a professor on the concept and detection of the local work function in 1981.
His research interests focuses on fundamental aspects of the physics and chemistry of metal surfaces under ultrahigh vacuum conditions and in electrolytes, on the atomic structure of amorphous materials, and more recently on processes at the surface of plants.
Professor Wandelt has organized numerous national and international conferences and workshops, edited conference proceedings and books, and published about 400 research papers.
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