Dynamics at Solid State Surfaces and Interfaces. Volume 1 - Current Developments

  • ID: 1477116
  • Book
  • 670 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This two–volume work covers ultrafast structural and electronic dynamics of elementary processes at solid surfaces and interfaces, presenting the current status of this booming field of research. Providing valuable introductory information and basic concepts for newcomers to this field, it discusses femtosecond and attosecond time–resolved methods, as well as frequency domain techniques. The whole is rounded off by a look at future developments.

From the contents:

I. Quasiparticle Dynamics
II. Collective Excitations
III. Heterogeneous Electron Transfer
IV. Photo–induced Modification of Materials and Femtochemistry
V. Recent Developments and Future Directions

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I. Quasiparticle dynamics

1. Nonlinear terahertz studies of ultrafast uasiparticles dynamics in semiconductors

2. Higher order photoemission from metal surfaces

3. Electron dynamics in image potential states at solid surfaces

4. Relaxation dynamics in image potential states at solid interfaces

5. Dynamics of electronic states at metal/isolator interfaces

6. Spin–dependent relaxation of hot electrons on ferromagnetic surfaces

7. Electron–phonon interaction at interfaces

II. Collectice excitations

8. Low–energy collective electronic excitations at metal surfaces

9. Low–dimensional plasmons in atom sheets and atom chains

10. Excitation and time–evolution of coherent optical phonons

11. Photo–induced coherent nuclear motion at surfaces

12. Coherent excitations at lanthanide surfaces

III. Heterogeneous electron transfer

13. Studies on Auger neutralization of He+ ions in front of metal surfaces

14. Electron transfer investigated by x–ray spectroscopy

15. Exciton formation and decay at surfaces and interfaces

16. Electron dynamics at polar molecule–metal interfaces: Competition between localization, solvation, transfer

IV. Photo–induced modification of materials and femtochemistry

17. Theory of femtochemistry at metal surfaces: Associative molecular photodesorption as a case study

18. Time–resolved investigation of electronically induced diffusion processes

19. Laser–induced softening of lattice vibrations

20. Femtosecond time– and angle–resolved photoemission as a realtime probe of cooperative effects in correlated electron materials

V. Recent developments and future directions

21. Time–resolved spectroscopy at surfaces using femtosecond XUV pulses

22. Attosecond time–resolved spectroscopy at surfaces

23. Simultaneous spatial and temporal control of nanooptical fields

24. Coherently controlled electrical currents at surfaces

25. Ultrabroadband terahertz studies of correlated electrons

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Uwe Bovensiepen
Hrvoje Petek
Martin Wolf
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