Solid-Liquid Interfaces: Macroscopic Phenomena — Microscopic Understanding

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Klaus Wandelt, Stephen Thurgate
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 1, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 446 pages
This book gives an account of state-of-the-art investigations of properties and processes at solid-liquid interfaces with the same precision as it is standard in ultrahigh vacuum based surface science. Using combinations of in-situ and ex-situ experimental methods fundamental and relevant phenomena such as adsorption and desorption of ions and molecules, restructuring of surfaces, thin film and nanocluster growth, and electrochemical reactions on the micrometer scale are addressed. The overview includes a wide range of experimental techniques and examples of solid-liquid interfaces and aims at stimulating an expansion of this type of important Interface Science.
 

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Contents

Surface Analytical Studies of Oxidation
3
Case Studies
28
Remaining Research Issues
48
The Role of Adsorption
61
Electrowinning and Electrorefining
86
Concluding Remarks
92
SXPS and XANES Studies of Interface Reactions
97
Conclusions
110
Summary
220
Concept of Interference SHG Anisotropy
229
Conclusion
238
Experimental Details
244
Fe on Cu001
252
Structural Transitions in Organic Adlayers
259
Structural Transitions in Adlayers of Uracil Derivatives
267
Concluding Remarks
315

Gold in Nature
115
Activated Carbon
120
Influence of Graphitic Structure
126
Discussions
133
Anion Adsorption
141
Sulfate Adsorption
147
References
195
Discussion
212
Assembly of AuCluster Superstructures by Steering
325
References
332
Application
345
Experimental Consideration
356
Surface Reactions of Hot Electrons
365
Linear Surface Optics with MIM Systems
377
Chemical Reactions with Hot Electrons
390
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