Mineral Surfaces and the Chemical Bond

  • Frank J. Berry


Current interests in the nature of solid surfaces are, to some extent, a reflection of recent developments in techniques with a capacity to examine those superficial regions of solids which have hitherto resisted investigation. Such developments have enabled more accurate assessments to be made of the bonding characteristics, structural properties, and elemental compositions of solid surfaces. The subject has therefore adopted a new perspective and, for the first time, fundamental properties of solid surfaces and molecular processes at the solid-gas interface are amenable to rigorous examination.


Mineral Surface Auger Electron Spectroscopy Metallic Iron Mineral Chemistry Conversion Electron Mossbauer Spectroscopy 
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