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Electronic Structure Studies of Overlayers Using Cluster and Slab Models

  • I. P. Batra
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 29)

Abstract

The past decade has witnessed a tremendous amount of effort in theoretically understanding the electronic structure of surfaces. This effort has been in response to the major breakthroughs which were made in preparation and characterization of clean and absorbate-covered surfaces. Many spectroscopic techniques are now available to study a wide range of surface properties. Some of the examples of these properties include surface electronic structure, chemical bond formation, surface vibrations, and geometrical arrangement of surface atoms. Various current spectroscopic techniques are briefly summarized in Appendix 3.A.

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High Binding Energy Exchange Potential Aluminum Atom Lower Binding Energy Reciprocal Lattice Vector 
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