Cs[sup +] reactive scattering from a Si(111) surface adsorbed with water

Yang, M.C.; Hwang, C.H.; Kang, H.
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 7, p2611
Academic Journal
Studies the reactive scattering of hyperthermal Cs ion from a Si(111) surface adsorbed with water. Collisions of Cs[sup +] beams with the silicon surface; Examination of the yields for the clusters as a function of Cs[sup +] beam energy and water exposure.


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