This volume contains review articles written by the invited speakers at the ninth International Summer Institute in Surface Science (ISISS 1989), held at the Uni versity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in August of 1989. During the course of ISISS, invited speakers, all internationally recognized experts in the various fields of surface science, present tutorial review lectures. In addition, these experts are asked to write review articles on their lecture topic. Former ISISS speakers serve as advisors concerning the selection of speakers and lecture topics. Emphasis is given to those areas which have not been covered in depth by recent Summer Institutes, as well as to areas which have recently gained in significance and in which important progress has been made. Because of space limitations, no individual volume of Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces can possibly cover the whole area of modern surface science, or even give a complete survey of recent progress in this field. However, an attempt is made to present a balanced overview in the series as a whole. With its comprehensive literature references and extensive subject indices, this series has become a valuable resource for experts and students alike. The collected articles, which stress particularly the gas-solid interface, have been published under the following titles: Surface Science: Recent Progress and Perspectives, Crit. Rev. Solid State Sci.J.W. Gadzuk Center for Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, National Institute of Standards and Technology, ... concept of chaos a household word, but in a scientifically and/or mathematically enlightened way. ... [8.19] It is the intent of this chapter to provide some guidance to those physicists and chemists involved in surface studies such that they might better answer these questions for themselves.
|Title||:||Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces VIII|
|Author||:||Ralf Vanselow, Russell Howe|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|