Surface Science

- Part 2: From Static to Dynamic Surface Systems

This overview is a natural extension of Part 1, which addressed the static properties of surface systems. Static systems refer to systems not changing in time, while dynamic systems refer to systems where temporal changes are an inherent characteristic.

In the overview, Prof. Bengt Kasemo describes central concepts in molecule surface dynamics such as surface scattering, potential energy surfaces(PESs), energy exchange, and transfer between a surface and an incident/desorbing molecule. He also talks about surface corrugation, charge transfer, and adiabatic versus non-adiabatic descriptions of the interactions.


Surface Science From Static to Dynamic Surface Systems


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