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By W. Brenig, A. Groß, U. Höfer, P. Kratzer, R. Russ (auth.), Professor Ayao Okiji, Professor Hideaki Kasai, Professor Kenji Makoshi (eds.)

Elementary tactics in Excitations and Reactions on stable Surfaces explores the basic nature of dynamics on reliable surfaces. makes an attempt are made to bare a variety of facets of user-friendly methods in excitations and reactions on sturdy surfaces through contemporary theoretical and experimental advancements of the topics equivalent to molecular beams interacting with surfaces, ion beam scattering, laser-induced dynamical approaches, electronically brought on dynamical tactics, and optical houses of sturdy surfaces. This quantity is devided into 3 components. half I is anxious regularly with the wealthy response dynamics on potential-energy surfaces. half II is dedicated to the interaction of excitations and reactions with specific consciousness given to the cost move in addition to the strength move among well-characterized surfaces and beams. partly III, new and speedily constructing tools are introduced.

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As shown in Fig. 4, the calculation also reproduces amazingly well the observed P(j) for D-on-H, whereas the agreement for H-on-D is not as good. In the case ofD-on-H, the main discrepancy shows up at high j '" 15-20 where the calculation gives larger values for P(j) than the experiments, whereas in the case of H-on-D, the calculation does not reproduce the shape of the observed P(j) at low j and gives too much rotational excitation at high j. The isotope effects in the observed P(j) are smaller than in the calculations.

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