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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English


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Number of Pages235
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Open LibraryOL7615280M
ISBN 100471331082
ISBN 109780471331087

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An overview of the phenomena known to be of importance in molecule-surface scattering is presented and a detailed description of dynamical models and theories which can be used to study chemical reactions at or with solid surfaces are by:   Surface Science () LL48 L41 North-Holland, Amsterdam SURFACE SCIENCE LETTERS DYNAMICS OF MOLECULE-SURFACE INTERACTIONS M. KARIKORPI, S. HOLLOWAY Donnan Laboratories, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK N. HENRIKSEN * Haldor Topsee Research Laboratories, Nymollevej, DK Lyngby, Denmark and J.K. N0RSKOV Haldor Cited by: Dynamics of molecule-surface interactions from rst principles Axel Groˇ Physik-Department T30, TU Munchen, Garching, Germany (Dated: March 5, ) Total-energy calculations based on ab initio electronic structure theory can nowadays yield the multidimensional potential energy surfaces of simple molecules interacting with surfaces in great. This book gives a representative survey of the state of the art of research on gas-surface interactions. It provides an overview of the current understanding of gas surface dynamics and, in particular, of the reactive and non-reactive processes of atoms and small molecules at surfaces.

  Most of the corrugation in molecule-surface potential energy surfaces can already be derived from the atom-surface interaction. This observation has been used in corrugation-reducing procedures,. First the potential energy surface of both the atomic and the molecular species interacting with a particular surface is determined. In the past decade the interest in the dynamics of the interaction between molecules and clean and well-characterized solid-state surfaces has steadily increased [1]. Most information has been obtained from angular and velocity distribution measurements in surface scattering experiments, giving a complete insight into the dynamics only where. A multidimensional potential energy surface for the interaction of a diatomic molecule with a metal surface is presented. The potential includes the effects of an activation barrier to the adsorption process which has a value changing with position within the surface unit cell. The model accounts for recent experimental data for the diffraction of H 2 beams with energy in excess of. The dynamics of molecule-surface interaction Billing, Gert Due; Abstract. An overview of the phenomena known to be of importance in molecule-surface scattering is presented and a detailed description of dynamical models and theories which can be used to study chemical reactions at or with solid surfaces are given.

Abstract. Combining molecule surface scattering with laser induced fluorescence and laser resonance ionization opens the possibility to investigate the internal energy distribution as well as the state and angle resolved velocity distributions of surface scattered molecules. This book provides a comprehensive overview of what is currently one of the most active areas within chemical physics. It presents the history, status and future direction of the broad field of dynamical studies of gas-surface collisions, with an emphasis on problems of a chemical nature. Dynamics of Gas-Surface Interactions discusses a selection of important topics and provides a balanced. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: IX, Seiten: Illustrationen, Diagramme. Contents: Infrared spectroscopy of molecules adsorbed on metal surfaces, ; molecular desorption from solid surfaces - laser diagnostics and chemical dynamics, and gh; Monte Carlo calculations on phase transitions in adsorbed layers, . Proteins, which are bioactive molecules, adsorb on implants placed in the body through complex and poorly understood mechanisms and directly influence biocompatibility. Molecular dynamics modeling using empirical force fields provides one of the most direct methods of theoretically analyzing the behavior of complex molecular systems and is well-suited for the simulation of protein adsorption.