State-Selected Studies of Atoms and Molecules Ejected From Ion Bombarded Surfaces
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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A fundamental understanding of the essential physics which contributes to the formation of secondary ions requires a global view of the energy transfer processes which occur subsequent to the ion bombardment event. Many different pathways are known which must contribute to this global view including the desorption of ground state and excited state neutral atoms, desorption of molecules and clusters in various rotation and vibrational excited states, and desorption of species induced by electronic transitions. In many experimental configurations the SIMS component is a minor fraction of the total possible energy-loss pathways.... SIMS, Energy and angular neutral distributions, LEED and Auger spectroscopy.
- Physical Chemistry
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
- Particle Accelerators