Investigation of Hydrogen Chemisorption on the Tungsten (100) Surface.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA COORDINATED SCIENCE LAB
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A new apparatus for surface studies has been constructed and placed in operation. The instrument incorporates a monoenergetic beam of electrons, a high resolution, high sensitivity electrostatic energy spectrometer for electrons and ions, plus other hardware and electronics necessary to perform work function measurements, Auger electron spectroscopy, electron stimulated desorption of ions, low energy electron diffraction, and electron scattering energy loss measurements. It has been used to investigate geometric, energetic, and kinetic properties associated with the chemisorption of hydrogen on a single crystal tungsten 100 surface over a temperature range from 60C to -150C.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy