Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET III [E-Book] : Proceedings of the Third International Workshop, Shelter Island, New York, May 20–22, 1987 / edited by Richard H. Stulen, Michael L. Knotek.
Knotek, Michael L., (editor)
Stulen, Richard H., (editor)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1988
XIII, 295 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642737282
10.1007/978-3-642-73728-2
Springer Series in Surface Sciences ; 13
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Table of Contents:
  • I Introductory Lecture
  • Some Recent Developments in DIET
  • II Gas Phase
  • Photodissociation and Photoionization Processes of Core Excited Molecules: The CH3Br Case
  • Auger Electron-Ion Coincidence Studies on Free Molecules
  • Electron-Stimulated Desorption of Dn+ Clusters from Condensed Deuterium Layers on Pd(111) Between 5 and 20 K
  • Desorption Processes in Planetary Science
  • Atom Selective Photochemistry with Monochromatic Soft X-Rays
  • III Neutrals and Negatives
  • Photon Stimulated Desorption of Neutrals by Synchrotron Radiation from Chemisorbed, Physisorbed, and Condensed Layers
  • Rovibrational Laser Spectroscopy of ESD Neutrals from Chemisorbed Species
  • Electron Stimulated Desorption of Excited Hydrogen Atoms from an Alkali Promoted Surface
  • Dissociative Attachment in ESD from Condensed Molecules
  • Image Charge, Coherent Scattering, and Symmetry Effects in Electron Stimulated Desorption: O? from O2 Condensed on Metals
  • Techniques for the Detection of Photodesorbed Negative Ions
  • IV Electron Stimulated Desorption Ion Angular Distribution (ESDIAD)
  • Observation of Molecular Rotors on Surfaces by ESDIAD: Studies of PF3 and NH3 Chemisorption on Ni Surfaces
  • The Influence of Surface Structure on Mechanisms of Stimulated Desorption
  • DIET in the Second Layer: An ESDIAD Study of NH3 on a CO Layer on Ni(111) and Ni(110)
  • ESDIAD of Small Molecules on Surfaces: A Few Caveats
  • An Ellipsoidal Mirror Analyzer for the Study of Photon Stimulated Desorption
  • Digital Video Data Acquisition/Analysis for Existing ESDIAD Apparatus
  • V Theory
  • Dynamics in Neutral DIET from Chemisorbed Molecules
  • The Nature of Repulsive States and the Role of Nuclear Dynamics in Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions
  • The Dynamics of O+ Desorption from TiO2
  • DIET and the Electronic Structure of Chemisorbed Molecules and Physisorbed Rare Gases
  • Theory of Desorption of Neutrals by Temporary Ionization of Physisorbed Species at Metal Surfaces
  • The Magnitude of Secondary Electron Contributions in Photon Stimulated Desorption
  • Interatomic Auger Rates for the Sodium Fluoride Crystal
  • VI Spectroscopy
  • Ultraviolet Surface Photochemistry and Charge Transfer
  • Chemically Induced Desorption of Nickel Oxide and Carbide by 5-200eV C+ and O+ Ion Bombardment
  • PSID SEXAFS Studies of Silicon Surface Chemistry
  • Photon Stimulated Desorption from Oxidized Al(110)
  • Stimulated Desorption from CO Chemisorbed on Cr(110): Sensitivity to Bonding Changes
  • Temperature-Dependent PSD of H+ from H2O/Si(111) (7×7)
  • Electronic Sputtering and Its Application to SIMS Analysis of Biomolecular Monolayers
  • Limits of Applicability of the Popcorn Model for Desorption of Large Biomolecules by Fast Ion Impact
  • Photon-Stimulated Desorption in High Electric Fields
  • Observations of Photon-Induced Gas Desorption from Technological Materials Using Synchrotron Light
  • VII Insulators
  • The Origin of Positive Ions and Excited Neutrals in Electron Stimulated Desorption from Alkali Halides
  • Ion Desorption Induced by Core Exciton States in MgO
  • Studies of Sapphire Photoablation by Laser-Induced Fluorescence and Photothermal Deformation Measurement
  • Multiphoton-Induced Desorption from BaF2(111)
  • PSD of Excited Hydrogen From KCl
  • Ground-State and Excited Atom Production by Electron and Ion Bombardment of NaCl and CaF2
  • Optical Radiation from Electron, Photon and Heavy Particle Bombardment of Lithium Fluoride and Lithium-Dosed Surfaces
  • Long Lifetime of Bulk Luminescence Observed in Spectrosil Glasses Under Electron Bombardment
  • Index of Contributors.