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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy I presents a special creation to a unique and engaging process that produces appealing pictures of nature on an atomic scale. it's the first of 3 volumes that jointly supply a entire remedy of scanning tunneling microscopy, its diversified functions, and its theoretical remedy. during this quantity the reader will discover a designated description of the process itself and of its purposes to metals, semiconductors, layered fabrics, adsorbed molecules and superconductors. as well as the numerous consultant effects reviewed, huge references to unique paintings can assist to make available the substantial physique of information already collected during this field.
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2] all of these techniques integrate over macroscopic surface areas. STM, on the other hand, provides local information on an atomic scale, both on the structure and on the electronic properties of the surface. g. the role of defects and impurities in surface reactions. In the following, we present an overview of characteristic results of STM studies on these subjects. The following section deals with imaging of adsorbates on metal surfaces by STM. Based on experimental results obtained for individual adsorbates and on theoretical predictions, we discuss fundamental aspects of the representation of adsorbates in STM images.
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