LEED, XANES and the Structure of Disordered Surfaces
Surface crystallography is now a well-established discipline, but, like its bulk counterpart, high quality surface crystals tend to be required for a complete structural analysis. This has been particularly true where lowenergy electron diffraction has been concerned. However, there are techniques for studying surfaces which are insensitive to long-range order. I want to talk about two of them: X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) and a new technique only recently proposed: diffuse low-energy electron diffraction (DLEED).
KeywordsNickel Chemisorption Ectron
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