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The Molecule-Metal Interface

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The Molecule-Metal Interface

Norbert Koch (Editor), Nobuo Ueno (Editor), Andrew Thye Shen Wee (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-65319-5 February 2013 272 Pages

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Reviewing recent progress in the fundamental understanding of the molecule-metal interface, this useful addition to the literature focuses on experimental studies and introduces the latest analytical techniques as applied to this interface.
The first part covers basic theory and initial principle studies, while the second part introduces readers to photoemission, STM, and synchrotron techniques to examine the atomic structure of the interfaces. The third part presents photoelectron spectroscopy, high-resolution UV photoelectron spectroscopy and electron spin resonance to study the electronic structure of the molecule-metal interface. In the closing chapter the editors discuss future perspectives.
Written as a senior graduate or senior undergraduate textbook for students in physics, chemistry, materials science or engineering, the book's interdisciplinary approach makes it equally relevant for researchers working in the field of organic and molecular electronics.
Introduction to the Molecule-Metal Interface

Part I THEORY
Basic theory of the Molecule-Metal Interface
First principles theoretical studies of the molecule-metal interface

Part II ATOMIC STRUCTURE
STM Studies of Molecule-Metal Interfaces
NEXAFS Studies of Molecular Orientations at
Molecule-Substrate Interfaces
X-Ray Standing Wave and Surface X-ray Scattering Studies of Molecule-Metal Interfaces

Part III ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE
Fundamental electronic structure of organic solids and their interfaces by photoemission spectroscopy and related methods
Energy Levels at Molecule-Metal Interfaces
Vibrational spectroscopies for future studies of molecule-metal interfaces

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