Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions Prague, Czech Republic 2-6 October 2000 by M. C. Tringides

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The book includes articles by leading experts in the field of surface diffusion discussing recent experimental and theoretical developments of the problem. The emphasis is on the study of surface diffusion when many mutually interacting atoms are present on the surface. Such interactions between atoms result in correlations in their motion. By measuring surface diffusion coefficients as a function of temperature, atom concentration, initial atom configuration, etc., the energy barriers of the diffusing atoms can be extracted. Theoretical analysis is used to develop a better understanding and predictability of how diffusion barriers vary from system to system.
Most of the articles in the book present the state of the art in the field i.e. how to measure and how to understand the dependence of the diffusion coefficient on different physical parameters (coverage, temperature, region of the phase diagram etc.) in different experimental systems.
The book is nicely balanced between theoretical and experimental articles. It will interest physicists, chemists, materials scientists working in the area of growth of new materials. Although its main emphasis is on understanding fundamental questions about the diffusion of atoms on surfaces, it will also interest people working in more applied aspects to produce atomic scale structures.

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Other titlesProceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Collective Surface Diffusion Coefficients Under Non-Equilibrium Conditions, held in Prague, Czech Republic, 2-6 October, 2000
Statementedited by M.C. Tringides, Z. Chvoj
SeriesNATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 1568-2609 -- 29, NATO science series -- 29.
ContributionsChvoj, Z.
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (360 pages).
Number of Pages360
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27024950M
ISBN 109401008167
ISBN 109789401008167
OCLC/WorldCa840307722

Another half of metal adatoms on the right side of Figure 11b exhibit smaller bond orders (less than ) as well as smaller adsorption energies and diffusion barriers. Ag adatom is exceptional for which the bond order and adsorption energy are all zero, indicating that there is no noticeable interaction between the Ag adatom and by: A first-principle simulation of the surface diffusion of an extra metal (Me) adatom on the corresponding 1/3 monolayer (ML) Ge ()√3×√3 Me induced surfaces has been performed. Using the Nudged Elastic Band (NEB) optimization method, the minimum energy paths and activation energy barrier profiles for all known Me inducing √3×√3 reconstruction on a Ge() surface have been by: 1. We study the coverage dependence of surface diffusion coefficients for a strongly interacting adsorption system O/W~! via Monte Carlo simulations of a lattice-gas model. In particular, we consider the nature and emergence of memory effects as contained in the corresponding correlation factors in tracer and collective diffusion. Up to 65% off On Surfaces English. Shop now! Big sales on On Surfaces English. Great selection and free shipping on most orders.

Waals interactions including collective substrate response Wei Liu, Victor G Ruiz, Guo-Xu Zhang et al.-Recent citations Magnetic properties of graphene oxide functionalized with Au and Fe2O3 nanoparticles: A comparative study David O. Idisi et al-Ab-initio calculations of fission product diffusion on graphene James G. McHugh et al-Cited by: surface scattering QHAS experiments.2–6 This peak, ob-tained from time-of-flight measurements converted to energy transfers, accounts for the adatom surface diffusion process. Apart from the Q peak, in this type of experiments one also observes oscillatory motions associated with the temporary trapping of the adatom inside surface potential. Usually, there are strong adatom-adatom interactions, which significantly affect the jump probabilities. Therefore, a rigorous theoretical description of the ensemble of strongly interacting particles and derivation of the kinetic coefficients mobilities and collective diffusion coefficients are problem-atic in the general case. @article{osti_, title = {Metals on graphene: correlation between adatom adsorption behavior and growth morphology}, author = {Liu, Xiaojie and Wang, Cai-Zhuang and Hupalo, Myron and Lu, Wencai and Tringides, Michael C and Yao, Yongxin and Ho, Kai-Ming}, abstractNote = {We present a systematic study of metal adatom adsorption on graphene by ab initio : Liu, Xiaojie.

Surface diffusion is a common process for solid materials, and in our case, the Pt adatom could diffuse along the surface of Pt(). Diffusion is governed by the thermal energy from the environment and the property of such behavior is important for understanding surface phase formation, heterogeneous catalysis and other aspects.

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About this book. As materials research focuses into finding ways to control the growth of atomic scale structures, there is correspondingly increasing emphasis on to the problem of surface diffusion. Clearly surface diffusion is the key process, which determines how atoms move on the surface.

Controlling this motion can lead to the easy fabrication of well-controlled nanostructures broadening the present. : Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Collective 2–6 October (Nato Science Series II:) (): M.C.

Tringides, Z. Chvoj: Books. As materials research focuses into finding ways to control the growth of atomic scale structures, there is correspondingly increasing emphasis on to the problem of surface diffusion.

Clearly surface diffusion is the key process, which determines how atoms move on the surface. Collective diffusion on surfaces: correlation effects and adatom interactions.

[M C Tringides; Z Chvoj;] Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Collective Surface Diffusion Coefficients Under Non-Equilibrium Conditions", Prague, Czech Republic, Octoberp. The meeting was not planned as a continuation of the earlier NATO ASI in Rhodes inalthough several people have participated in both Science Series II:: Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlat.

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Trushin O.S. et al. () Adatom Island Diffusion on Metal Fcc() Surfaces. In: Tringides M.C., Chvoj Z. (eds) Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions.

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Substrate-mediated interaction on Ag() surfaces from first principles. In M. Tringides, & Z. Chvoj (Eds.), Collective diffusion on surfaces: correlation effects and adatom interactions (pp. Dordrecht: by: 2. In the previous work we showed that with an appropriate combination of the step and interaction parameters, it is possible to systematically influence the rate of adparticle mobility and collective diffusion on stepped surfaces.

In particular, we showed that both the collective diffusion coefficient and the adatom mobility across the steps have Cited by: 1. Introduction.

The diffusion of atoms and other adparticles plays a vital role in various physical and chemical processes on solid surfaces, and has been intensively studied in the last decade,.However, while single-particle and collective diffusion on ideal surfaces are rather well understood by now, the situation is far more complicated in the case of spatially inhomogenous Cited by: Collective Diffusion On Surfaces: Correlation Effects And Adatom Interactions.

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In this thesis we study diffusion and dynamics in two fundamentally different kinds of systems: (i) in Brownian surface systems, and (ii) in a non-Brownian system of sedimenting particles with full hydrodynamic interactions. The quantities of central importance are the diffusion coefficients and the related correlation functions.

STM can be applied to study anisotropic surface mobility, diffusion on inhomogeneous surfaces, or adsorbate interactions and collective transport effects on a local scale.

Diffusion Paths, Barriers and Prefactors: Ag clusters on Ag(), in Collective Diffusion on Surfaces:Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions, edts des and Z. Chvoj (Kluwer ). Al-Rawi, A. Kara and T.S. Rahman Anharmonic Effects on Ag(): A Molecular Dynamics Study, Surface Science17 ().

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Google Scholar Crossref Cited by: 8. We study the influence of nonequilibrium conditions on the collective diffusion of interacting particles on vicinal surfaces. To this end, we perform Monte Carlo simulations of a lattice-gas model of an ideal stepped surface, where adatoms have nearest-neighbor attractive or repulsive interactions.

Applying the Boltzmann–Matano method to spreading density profiles of the adatoms allows the Cited by: 6. Step effects on diffusion near a substrate reconstructive phase transition: H on W() Apparent anomalous prefactor enhancement for surface diffusion due to surface defects. 书籍 Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions.

Altaf Karim,A. Kara,O. Trushin''The crossover from collective motion to periphery diffusion for two dimensional adatom Altaf Karim,J. Muckerman,''Effect of Ti Dopant on Surface Diffusion of Isolated Alane Species: A Comparison between Al Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions: Ag adatom descent from Ag island to () surface.

Nonexponential decay of velocity correlations in surface diffusion: The role of interactions and ordering. Vattulainen. Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark, BuildingDK Lyngby, Denmark. Hjelt. Helsinki Institute of Physics and Laboratory of Physics, Helsinki University of Technology, P.O.

Box Collective processes at finite coverages 88 Surface diffusion and mass transport 89 The thermodynamic factor 90 Collective diffusion and the hopping model 92 Computational methods for collective diffusion 93 3.

Evolution of surface mobility studies 94 Field emission microscopy 94 Field ion microscopy. Prof. Stoyan Stoyanov Institute of Physical Chemistry Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions, Editors: M.

Tringides and Z. Chvoj, NATO Science Series, vol, p 33, Kluwer, 8. A general theory for collective diffusion in interacting lattice-gas models is presented. The theory is based on the description of the kinetics in the lattice gas by a master equation.

A formal solution of the master equation is obtained using the projection-operator technique, which gives an expression for the relevant correlation functions Cited by: of collective and tracer diffusion coefficients D csud and D tsud, respectively. In addition to being important for submonolayer spreading dynamics, the diffusion of such molecules is of fundamental theoretical interest.

Despite considerable experimental [6] and theoretical [7] work on adatom diffusion on surfaces there are only a few studiesCited by: 5.

Diffusion of an on. (1 10) surface of a fcc crystal by the, exchange mechanism: a) Adatom. initial position. t = to. b) Saddle point position. t = 20 + 6. c) Final. positmion. t = to + x. s The figures show an “instantaneous” view of two atomic layers, viewed along.

Prévot, L. Barbier, P. Steadman, Step interactions on Pt() vicinal surfaces determined by grazing incidence x-ray in M.C.

Tringides and Z. Chvoj (eds), Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Correlation Effects and Adatom Interactions, p. Kluwer Academic D. Schmaus, Surface diffusion of Pb on Cu() at low coverage.

"Substrate-mediated interaction on Ag() surfaces from first principles". In: Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Collective Behaviour and the Role of Adatom Interactions. In: Collective Diffusion on Surfaces: Collective Behaviour and the Role of Adatom Interactions.

The study of surface diffusion has been of great interest in developing ways to control the geometry and size of atomic scale structures especially with the recent emphasis on nanotechnology [1, 2].

How atoms move on surfaces, how adatom interactions affect diffusion barriers, how the local environment of an atom (whether on a terrace, at aCited by: 6. Chaos and anomalous diffusion of adatoms on solid surfaces R.

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