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Bonding of Foreign Species at the Solid Surface

  • S. Roy Morrison
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In this and all subsequent chapters, we will be concerned with foreign species at the surface of a solid and how these foreign species affect the chemical and electrical properties of the surface. Here and in the next chapter the emphasis will be on describing the energy levels associated with the sorbate/sorbent bond. In Chapters 7–9 the emphasis will be switched to the processes of adsorption and desorption, of electron transfer, and of chemical reaction.

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Surface State Fermi Energy Local Bonding Host Atom Foreign Species 
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