By D. A. King
The e-book is a multi-author survey (in 15 chapters) of the present nation of information and up to date advancements in our realizing of oxide surfaces. the writer record comprises lots of the said international specialists during this box. the cloth lined comprises basic conception and experimental reports of the geometrical, vibrational and digital constitution of such surfaces, yet with a distinct emphasis at the chemical homes and linked reactivity. the main target is on steel oxides yet assurance extends from 'simple' rocksalt fabrics comparable to MgO via to complicated transition steel oxides with diverse valencies.
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The O- and Znfaces etch differently; aa HCl etch produces a macroscopically smooth (0001) surface, but a rough, matte (OOOT) surface . This is, in fact, a simple way to determine the orientation of a sample. The above considerations are borne out experimentally on most rocksalt ionic compounds. For example, when magnesium metal is burned, the tiny MgO smoke particles that are formed are almost perfect cubes (see Fig. 4 in Ref. 1). The need to form a non-polar surface and to maximize the ligand coordination of surface ions makes the (100) surface energy much lower than that of other possible surfaces in the rocksalt structure.
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Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces and Heterogeneous Catalysis by D. A. King