Crystallography and Surface Structure – An Introduction for Surface Scientists and Nanoscientists, 2nd Edition by Klaus Hermann :: The second edition is also targeted at researchers working on graphene and other weakly adsorbing overlayers that form large size moiré patterns observed by scanning tunneling and electron microscopy. They might appreciate the new section on moiré lattice formation, which until now has not been available in any textbook format. Nanoparticle physicists and materials scientists who are interested in structure information of very small particles and seek to connect, for example, electronic and magnetic properties with structural data, may benefit from the sections on nanoparticles, crystal spheres, nanotubes, as well as faceting. This might also interest catalytic chemists trying to interpret chemical behavior, such as reactivity, by structural information of small particles.
Specific items that have been newly added or revised include
• nanoclusters and crystallites, giving a basic overview on structure details;
• incommensurate and quasicrystals, being treated on a common basis;
• basics of epitaxy and crystal growth;
• further details on chiral surfaces and adsorbates;
• the theoretical treatment of high-order commensurate (HOC) overlayers;
• the theory of interference lattices and moiré patterns;
• the geometric structure of high-symmetry adsorbate sites;
• more detailed computational algorithms in the appendices; and
• structure database formats, documenting measured surface structures.
Crystallography and Surface Structure – An Introduction for Surface Scientists and Nanoscientists, 2nd Edition by Klaus Hermann
|Title:||Crystallography and Surface Structure – An Introduction for Surface Scientists and Nanoscientists|
|Edition:||Second, Revised and Expanded|
|Publisher:||Wily – VCH|
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