Progress in Surface and Membrane Science, Volume 11 covers the advances in the study of surface and membrane science. The book discusses the quantum theory of surface phenomena; some fundamental aspects of electrocrystallization; and exoelectric emission. The text also describes the surface of titanium dioxide; and the prospects for atomic resolution electron microscopy in membranology. Chemists, physicists, and people involved in the electrochemical power laboratory will find the book useful.
Contributors Contents of Recent Volumes Quantum Theory of Surface Phenomena I. Introduction II. Green Operators III. Hückel Model of Chemisorption IV. One-Electron Theory for an Orthogonal Basis V. One-Electron Theory for a Nonorthogonal Basis VI. Integration Contours in the Complex Plane VII. Discussion References Some Fundamental Aspects of Electrocrystallization I. Introduction II. Deposition on Perfect Crystal Faces III. Deposition on Faces Intersected by Screw-Dislocations IV. The Rate-Determining Process of Metal Deposition References Exoelectric Emission I. Introduction II. The Influence of Specimen Materials on Exoelectric Emission — Metals and Semiconducting Elements III. The Influence of Specimen Material on Exoelectric Emission — Compounds IV. Possible Mechanisms of Exoelectric Emission V. Applications of Exoelectric Emission VI. Concluding Remarks References Addendum References Added In Proof The Surface of Titanium Dioxide I. Introduction II. Crystal Morphology and Surface Character III. Surface Hydroxylation IV. Adsorption of Water Molecules V. Effect of Impurities VI. Comparison of Anatase and Rutile Surface Chemistry VII. Physical Adsorption on Titanium Dioxide VIII. Reduced Titanium Dioxide References Prospects for Atomic Resolution Electron Microscopy in Membranology I. Introduction II. Heavy Atom Labeling III. Model Membrane Formation IV. Specimen Supports V. Electron Optical Imaging of Heavy Atom Labels in Membranes VI. Radiation and Other Damaging Effects VII. Conclusions References Index
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Department of Biochemical Pharmacology,School of Pharmacy,State University of New York at Buffalo,Buffalo, New York