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THE DESIGN OF A SUPER-SENSITIVE INFRARED-EMISSION SPECTROMETER FOR STUDIES OF ADSORBATE DYNAMICS

BROWN, WA; SHARMA, RK; GARDNER, P; KING, DA; MARTIN, DH; (1995) THE DESIGN OF A SUPER-SENSITIVE INFRARED-EMISSION SPECTROMETER FOR STUDIES OF ADSORBATE DYNAMICS. SURFACE SCIENCE , 333 1323 - 1328.

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Abstract

We have designed a highly versatile, liquid-helium-cooled, polarisation discriminating infrared emission spectrometer in order to study fundamental aspects of adsorbate dynamics. The new instrument incorporates a liquid-helium-cooled FTIR spectrometer, 0.3 K bolometric detector, liquid-helium-cooled sample manipulator, liquid-helium-cooled optics and a very intense pulsed molecular beam source.

Type:Article
Title:THE DESIGN OF A SUPER-SENSITIVE INFRARED-EMISSION SPECTROMETER FOR STUDIES OF ADSORBATE DYNAMICS
Location:UNIV LEIPZIG, LEIPZIG, GERMANY
Keywords:CHEMILUMINESCENCE, CHEMISORPTION, LASER-INDUCED THERMAL DESORPTION (LITD), PHOTON EMISSION, PHYSICAL ADSORPTION, SINGLE CRYSTAL SURFACES, SOLID-GAS INTERFACES, VIBRATIONS OF ADSORBED MOLECULES, CO, SPECTROSCOPY, PT(111), CHEMILUMINESCENCE, MOLECULES, OXIDATION, STRETCH, SURFACE, VIBRATION, MODE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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