Medium-Energy Ion Scattering
Medium-energy ion scattering is a method to analyze energy of large-angle scattered ions from a sample using hydrogen or helium ion beam accelerated to about several hundred keV. Fast ions gradually lose their energy mainly due to interaction with electrons in the solid, and only a small portion of the incident ions are scattered in large angle by close collisions between the nuclei.
KeywordsSurface atomic structure Surface composition Crystal structure Rumpling
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