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作者 Rozenbaum, V. M
書名 Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Orientationally Structured Adsorbates
出版項 Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2002
©2002
國際標準書號 9789812776501 (electronic bk.)
9789812381750
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (209 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 World Scientific Lecture and Course Notes in Chemistry Ser. ; v.7
World Scientific Lecture and Course Notes in Chemistry Ser
附註 Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Orientational structures of adsorbates -- 2.1. Brief survey of experimental data and theoretical approaches -- 2.2. Orientational ordering in two-dimensional dipole systems -- 2.3. Lateral interactions of nonpolar molecules and expressing them in a quasi-dipole form -- 2.4. Ground states and phase transitions for a system of nonpolar molecules on a square lattice -- 2.5. Orientational phase transitions in planar systems of nonpolar molecules -- 3. Dispersion laws for collective excitations on complex planar lattices -- 3.1. Complex orientational structures and corresponding Davydov-split spectral lines -- 3.2. Lattice-sublattice relations and its application to orientational structures on square and honeycomb lattices -- 3.3. Chain orientational structures on planar lattices -- 4. Temperature dependences of spectral line shifts and widths -- 4.1. Resonant nature of low-frequency collective excitations of adsorbed molecules -- 4.2. Markov approximation for Green's functions of molecular subsystems in the condensed phase -- 4.2.1. The exact solution for the exchange dephasing model -- 4.2.2. Valence-deformation vibrations of a molecular subsystem in condensed phase -- 4.2.3. Perturbation theory for transition rates in the Pauli equation -- 4.3. Generalization of the exchange dephasing model to various cases of anharmonic coupling between high-frequency and low-frequency modes and to the case of collectivized excitations in adsorbate -- 4.3.1. Contribution of dipolar dispersion laws to dephasing of high-frequency collective vibrations -- 4.3.2. A simple model for collective high-frequency and low-frequency molecular modes -- Appendix 1. Local and resonance states for a system of bound harmonic oscillators
Appendix 2. Thermally activated reorientations and tunnel relaxation of orientational states in a phonon field -- Appendix 3. The spectral function of local vibration (low-temperature approximation involving collectivized high-frequency and low-frequency modes) -- Bibliography -- Subject index -- Author index
This book provides a detailed and rigorous presentation of the spectroscopy and dynamics of orientationally structured adsorbates. It is intended largely for specialists and graduate students in solid state theory and surface physics. To make the book readable also for beginners in surface science, a lucid style is used and a wealth of references on orientational surface structures and vibrational excitations in them is offered. The book is supplemented with two indices (alphabetical listing of subjects and authors, as well as cross-references) which will enable the reader to easily access the information both on principal concepts involved and on specific adsorbate compositions. Contents: Orientational Structures of Adsorbates; Dispersion Laws for Collective Excitations on Complex Planar Lattices; Temperature Dependences of Spectral Line Shifts and Widths. Readership: Graduate students, academics, researchers and industrialists in surface science as well as condensed matter, molecular, statistical and theoretical physics
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Rozenbaum, V. M. Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Orientationally Structured Adsorbates Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd,c2002 9789812381750
主題 Surface chemistry.;Adsorption.;Spectrum analysis
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Alt Author Lin, S. H
Leong, H.T
Phua, K.K
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