Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET IV

Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Gloggnitz, Austria, October 2-4, 1989 by Gerhard Betz

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This book is the latest to appear in a series documenting the progress of this exciting field in surface science. It presents recent results and reviews of the rapidly growing field of interaction of particles and lasers with solid surfaces leading to excitation, ionisation and desorption. The main emphasis is on the microscopic understanding of DIET, especially electron- and ion-induced desorption of adsorbed layers, emission from insulators, laser-induced desorption and ablation, photophysics and photochemistry. Applications ranging from laser ablation for medical purposes to DIET in high-temperature superconductors are also described.

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Statementedited by Gerhard Betz, Peter Varga
SeriesSpringer Series in Surface Sciences, 0931-5195 -- 19, Springer series in surface sciences -- 19.
ContributionsVarga, Peter
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (XIV, 392 pages 209 illustrations).
Number of Pages392
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27030737M
ISBN 103642841457
ISBN 109783642841453
OCLC/WorldCa840301464

  Get this from a library! Desorption induced by electronic transitions--DIET II: proceedings of the second international workshop, Schloss Elmau, Bavaria, October , [Wilhelm Brenig; D Menzel;].   Laser-Induced Desorption from Sapphire Surfaces.- UV Pulsed Laser Desorption from Ag/Al/Sapphire Films: Changes in the Ion Desorption Process for Excitations near the Ag d-Band Threshold.- IV High Energy Processes.- Core-Induced Photodissociation of Surface Molecules Investigated by Ionic Desorption and Correlated Electronic Spectra Univ wisconsin,dept phys,madison,wi Tolk, nh, bell tel labs inc,murray hill,nj ISI Document Delivery No.: SQ We demonstrate that surface plasmon oscillations excited at an adsorbate covered metal–vacuum interface can effectively couple to the electronic system of the adsorbed molecule. Using p‐polarized light (hν= eV) incident at the surface plasmon resonant angle in Kretschmann’s attenuated‐total‐reflection (ATR) configuration, we observe a strong enhancement of the .

The results presented here suggest that non-thermal desorption processes, such as desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) may be responsible for delivering neutral and ionic fragments from simple nitrile-bearing ices to the gas-phase, contributing to . In this paper we report dynamical simulations of laser-driven, coupled nuclear-electron dynamics for a molecule-surface system. Specifically, the laser desorption of a small molecule (NO) from a metal slab (Pt) in the so-called DIET limit (Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions), is studied. The excitation of the metal electrons by a laser pulse followed by the formation of a negative. This process, known as DIET – desorption induced by electronic transition – occurs efficiently in ices composed of very volatile species (CO, N 2), for which photochemical processes can be neglected. DIET - Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions. Looking for abbreviations of DIET? It is Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions listed as DIET. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions - How is Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions abbreviated?

  A model is presented to describe the dynamics of an acetylene on Cu() induced by STM, where the relation between the change of the corresponding electron system caused by an electron tunneling from an STM tip to the metal substrate via the adsorbed acetylene, and the transition of the vibrational state for the intramolecular motion is taken into account. Conference: 8th International Workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions (DIET 8), San Alfonso, NJ (US), 09/07//01/; Other Information: PBD: 31 Aug Country of Publication: United States Language: English Subject. Dr. Tolk is a Fellow of The American Physical Society, holds 8 patents, and is the author or co-author of 3 edited books and more than papers. His research involves non-linear laser-surface and laser-interface interactions, ultra-fast vibrational and electronic vibrational processes at surfaces and interfaces, spin dynamics, desorption. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET IV. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET IV pp | Cite as. Mechanisms of Laser Ablation of Biological Tissue 98 Downloads; Part of the Springer Series in Surface Sciences book series (SSSUR, volume 19) Abstract.

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Search in this journal. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions (DIET-7) April • Ambleside, The select article Study of ion desorption induced by a resonant core. As in previous volumes, these advances are presented as the proceedings of the International Workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions; the fifth workshop (DIET V) was held in Taos, New Mexico, April   A survey is presented of the techniques and instruments used in studies of desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) that can be stimulated by irradiating a solid surface by electrons (ESD) or photons (PSD).

The most general characteristics and. Desorption induced by electronic transition (DIET) has been observed for some insulating solids and for a variety of adsorbate-metal systems [1,2]. Two. The second workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions (DIET II) took place October, in SchloB Elmau, Bavaria.

DIET II, fol­ lowing the great success of DIET I (edited by N. Tolk, M. Traum, J. Tully, T. Madey and published in Springer Ser. Chem. Phys., Vol. These proceedings are the result of the third international workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions, DIET III, which took place on Shelter Island, NY, May.The work contained in this volume is an excellent summary of the current status of the field and should be a valuable reference text for both "seasoned.

The second workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions (DIET II) took place October, in SchloB Elmau, Bavaria. DIET II, fol­ lowing the great success of DIET I (edited by N. Tolk, M. Traum, J. Tully, T. Madey and published in Springer Ser.

Chem. Phys., Vol. 24), again brought together over 60 workers in this exciting field. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET IV: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Gloggnitz, Austria, October[Gerhard Betz; Peter Varga] -- This book is the latest to appear in a series documenting the progress of this exciting field in surface science.

3A good collection of recent works can be found in Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions, DIET IV, Vol. 19 of Springer Series in Surface Sciences, edited by G. Betz and P. Varga (Springer. Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET V by Alan R. Burns,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) and its variant DIMET (M = ‘Multiple’), are among the simplest possible “reactions ” of ad-species involving ultra-short lived electronically excited states at surfaces.

The non-adiabatic bond-cleavage can be enforced, for example, with laser irradiatio. The desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) measurements of neutral Na are made using pulsed electron and photon sources, a highly sensitive detector of Na 0, and time-of-flight (TOF) techniques.

The neutral Na detector is based on surface ionization of Na on hot (∼ K) Ir. Abstract. In studies of desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) such as electron or photon stimulated desorption, it is important to know whether the desorbing species originate solely from the outermost surface layer, or also from layers beneath the surface.

In order to gain better understanding of the charge transfer, elastic scattering, and other inelastic processes involved in this issue, we are.

The dynamics of desorption induced by electronic transitions is studied using a recently formulated quantum mechanical method [J. Chem. Phys.()].We consider two qualitatively different model Hamiltonians representing the limits of desorption induced by a single and by multiple electronic transitions and at the same time the limits of resonance-mediated and direct nuclear dynamics.

Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions DIET V: Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop, Taos, NM, USA, April 1–4, (Springer Series in Surface Sciences (31)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Alan R. Burns (Editor), Ellen B.

Stechel (Editor), Dwight R. Jennison (Editor) & 0 more. Adsorption and desorption of hydrogen on a Si() surface have been investigated by time-of-flight type electron stimulated desorption spectroscopy (TOF-ESD).

The ESD proton yield increases initially and decreases after taking a maximum at L (langmuir) against the atomic hydrogen exposure at room temperature, while it increases linearly. Desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) and its variant DIMET (M = 'Multiple'), are among the simplest possible "reactions" of ad-species involving ultra-short lived electronically excited states at.

Desorption of atoms from the surface of solid rare gases (RGS) has been extensively studied in the past two decades (ZimmererArakawa ).RGS is a model system to investigate the dynamic processes of desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET) because of its simplicity and the similarity of the electronic structure to isolated atoms.

The 12th International Workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions (DIET XII) took place from 19–23 April in Pine Mountain, Georgia, USA.

Purchase Oxide Surfaces, Volume 9 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNWe analyze the mechanism by which positive ions and neutral species desorb from surfaces as a result of photon‐ or electron‐beam induced electronic transitions.

The system fluorine on aluminum is used as a prototype. We first present results of ab initio density‐functional calculations of the potential energy curves of several charge states of fluorine on aluminum.

In the Menzel–Gomer–Redhead (MGR) model [25, 26] of desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET), an adsorbate complex is electronically excited onto a repulsive potential energy (PE) surface (ionic or neutral) of some bonding mode of the adsorbate (either with respect to the substrate, or within the molecule).

For the release of H 2 CO in the gas phase, they include desorption induced by electronic transitions (DIET), indirect DIET through CO-induced desorption of H 2 CO, and photochemical desorption. We found that H 2 CO photodesorbs with an average efficiency of ∼(4–10) × 10 –4 molecule/photon, in various astrophysical environments.

Get this from a library. Desorption induced by electronic transitions: DIET I: proceedings of the first international workshop, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, May [N H Tolk;]. Investigations on the degradation behavior of LaOBr:Tb phosphors under cathode‐ray excitation are presented.

The microscopic nature of defects created under prolonged electron bombardment has been identified using extended optical analyses on aged LaOBr:Tb phosphor screens and supported by ion desorption experiments performed in an ultrahigh vacuum system.

The optical emission attributed to electronically desorbed excited sodium atoms from NaCl and Na‐evaporated surfaces is shown to be enhanced by exposure of the surface to gaseous CO 2 and N is the first observation of enhancement of electron‐stimulated desorption of substrate atoms caused by the exposure of surfaces to gaseous molecules which do not contain the desorbed atoms.

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Betz and P. Varga, Gloggnitz, Austria, Octoberpp. (Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, ).M. Deschenes, and L. Sance, submitted to Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions.

DIET IV, ed by G. Betz and P. Varga, Springer Series in Surface Sci., (Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, ). "Electron-Stimulated 0- Desorption from 02 Condensed on kare-Gas Films: Evidence for an Indirect "Bounce" Trajectory", H. Sambe and D.E. Ramaker.