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By Friedhelm Bechstedt

ISBN-10: 3540006354

ISBN-13: 9783540006350

An leading edge, unified, and entire remedy of the geometric and digital constitution of surfaces. The e-book emphasizes primary facets, akin to the foundations of floor crystallography and thermodynamics, the forces using the rearrangement of the atoms, and the connection among bonding and digital constitution. It in particular illuminates the connection among floor orientation, chemistry, energetics, and the ensuing homes. rules of floor Physics develops normal actual arguments and strategies that let readers to examine novel surfaces and interfaces of latest fabrics. This makes the publication an vital connection with all these learning progress, surface-molecule interactions, self-assembled constructions, and fabrics engineering.

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