By G. Ertl (auth.), Professor Ralf Vanselow Ph.D., Dr. Russell Howe (eds.)
This quantity comprises overview articles written by means of the invited audio system on the 9th foreign summer season Institute in floor technology (ISISS 1989), held on the Uni versity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in August of 1989. throughout the process ISISS, invited audio system, all the world over famous specialists within the a variety of fields of floor technological know-how, current instructional overview lectures. moreover, those specialists are requested to put in writing overview articles on their lecture subject. Former ISISS audio system function advisors about the choice of audio system and lecture themes. Emphasis is given to these components that have no longer been coated extensive by way of contemporary summer season Institutes, in addition to to components that have lately won in importance and during which vital growth has been made. as a result of area barriers, no person quantity of Chemistry and Physics of stable Surfaces can in all likelihood conceal the total sector of contemporary floor technological know-how, or maybe supply an entire survey of modern growth during this box. besides the fact that, an try out is made to offer a balanced evaluate within the sequence as a complete. With its entire literature references and huge topic indices, this sequence has turn into a beneficial source for specialists and scholars alike. The accrued articles, which pressure really the gas-solid interface, were released less than the next titles: floor technology: contemporary growth and views, Crit. Rev. good country Sci.
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Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces VIII by G. Ertl (auth.), Professor Ralf Vanselow Ph.D., Dr. Russell Howe (eds.)