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By G. A. Somorjai (auth.), Professor Ralf Vanselow, Professor Russell Howe (eds.)

This quantity includes assessment articles which have been written by way of the invited converse­ ers of the 6th foreign summer time Institute in floor technology (ISISS), held on the college of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in August 1983. the target of ISISS is to assemble a gaggle of the world over famous specialists on a number of elements of floor technological know-how to provide educational evaluation lectures over a interval of 1 week. every one speaker is requested, in addi­ tion, to write down a assessment paper on his lecture subject. The gathered articles from prior Institutes were released less than the subsequent titles: floor technology: contemporary growth and views, Crit. Rev. reliable nation Sci. four, 124-559 (1974). Chemistry and Physics of strong Surfaces, Vol. I (1976), Vol. II (1979), Vol. III (1982) (CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL), and Vol. IV (1982), Springer Ser. Chern. Phys. , Vol. 20 (Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, ny 1982) No unmarried selection of studies (or one-week convention for that subject) can most likely disguise the complete box of recent floor technological know-how, from heter­ ogeneous catalysis via semiconductor floor physics to metallurgy. it really is meant, besides the fact that, that the sequence Chemistry and Physics ofSolid Sur­ faces as an entire may still offer specialists and scholars alike with a comprehen­ ve set of experiences and literature references on as many features of the topic as attainable, specific emphasis being put on the gas-solid interface. every one quantity is brought with a old evaluation of the devel­ opment of 1 point of floor technological know-how through a wonderful player in that development.

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31 38 P. T. Bell: J. Catal. M. D. D. A. Parodi: Appl. Spectrosc. -H. ): Optoacoustic Spectroscopy and Detection (Academic, New York 1977) A. E. W. Wakefield: Anal. Chern. W. Vidrine: Appl. Spectrosc. 34, 405 (1980) A. Rosencwaig, A. Gersho: J. Appl. Phys. J. T. Bell: In Catalysis Under Transient Conditions, ed. T. L. Hegedus, ACS Symposium Ser. C. J. D. A. T. Bell: J. Phys. Chern. 87, 3700 (1983) G. KortUm, H. Delfts: Spectrochim. Acta 20, 405 (1964) M. Niwa, T. Hattori, M. Takahashi, K. Shirai, M.

8,9]. The principal advantage of FT spectrometers over dispersive instruments is a greatly reduced time required to acquire a spectrum with a given signal-to-noise ratio. The advent of reliable commerical FT spectrometers during the past decade or so has helped to broaden the scope of materials that can be characterized by infrared spectroscopy and has greatly facilitated the acquisition of spectra under dynamic conditions. This chapter begins with a brief review of the optical principles underlying FT spectroscopy and summarizes the advantages of FT over dispersive spectrometers.

A. Parodi: Appl. Spectrosc. -H. ): Optoacoustic Spectroscopy and Detection (Academic, New York 1977) A. E. W. Wakefield: Anal. Chern. W. Vidrine: Appl. Spectrosc. 34, 405 (1980) A. Rosencwaig, A. Gersho: J. Appl. Phys. J. T. Bell: In Catalysis Under Transient Conditions, ed. T. L. Hegedus, ACS Symposium Ser. C. J. D. A. T. Bell: J. Phys. Chern. 87, 3700 (1983) G. KortUm, H. Delfts: Spectrochim. Acta 20, 405 (1964) M. Niwa, T. Hattori, M. Takahashi, K. Shirai, M. Watanabe, Y. Murakami: Anal. Chern.

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