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Fundamental Mechanisms of Surface Photochemistry

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The fundamental mechanisms of photochemistry of molecules adsorbed on solid surfaces are revealed from results obtained by a combination of optical techniques, surface probes, and gas phase analysis. While photon-induced processes similar to those in the gas and liquid phase are observed for the adsorbed molecules, the presence of the substrate introduces important channels for energy exchange, dissipation, and adsorbate photochemistry.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics and Materials Science Center Cornell University Ithaca, New York 14853-2501, USA


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