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She later followed him to Caltech, where he gave a lecture. You were familiar with most of them? His appointment was not extended when he did not commit to returning. I had at one time contem- plated that these might be provided in a supplementary volume, but it never materialized. Leighton took over the responsibility for the first-year students—giving the lectures and generally managing the course.
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Towers Practical Surface Analysis, Second edition. Volume 2 - Ion and Neutral Spectroscopy. Edited by D. Briggs and M.
Both volumes are now available as a set priced f This first edition of this two volume work was such a success that now, nine years after the first edition appeared, a second edition is fully justified. There have been greater developments in ion and neutral spectroscopy than in Auger and XPS spectroscopy the subjects of volume one in that period, and this edition of volume two is almost completely new.
The opening chapter by the editors which is identical to chapter one of volume one gives an overview of the two books, with a working definition of surface analysis as analysis of the elemental composition of the outermost atom layer of a solid.
The remaining chapters are by experts in each of the topics. Secondary ion mass spectrometry SIMS dominates, and there is a splendid chapter devoted to instrumentation for SIMS, followed by chapters on various ramifications and applications of this technique.
Sputtered neutral mass spectrometry SNMS gets a look in in one and a half chapters, and there are useful appendices on standards and yield data, and other reference material.
No one in the field will want to be without it. Of course the editors have not been able to confine themselves to their self-imposed brief. The first application chapter is about sputter depth profiing not the outermost layer, at least when you start , and there is plenty about structure too for example, obtaining simultaneous chemical and structural analyses by using one atom in the target to shadow another and even an appendix on imaging the directions of molecular bonds.
But what does that matter? When someone is ready to study the structural and electronic properties of a surface he will need other techniques and other books. Trogler ly written, sprinkled with historical were recorded in September and October University Science Books, sketches of great moments in modern Then it's fast-forward to April Sausalito, California, chemistry-the first controlled nuclear for quantum behavior, which he fission reaction, the invention of nylon, describes to his class as an "entertain- Mter the nonscientific public has the cleanup of the Love Canal.
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