Review of the Highlights of X-Ray Studies of Liquid Metal Surfaces

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Title: Review of the Highlights of X-Ray Studies of Liquid Metal Surfaces
Author: Pershan, Peter Silas
Citation: Pershan, P. S. 2014. “Review of the Highlights of X-Ray Studies of Liquid Metal Surfaces.” Journal of Applied Physics 116 (22) (December 14): 222201.
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Abstract: X-ray studies of the interface between liquid metals and their coexisting vapor are reviewed. After a brief discussion of the few elemental liquid metals for which the surface Debye-Waller effect is sufficiently weak to allow measurement, this paper will go on to discuss the various types of surface phenomena that have been observed for liquid metal alloys. These include surface adsorption, surface freezing, surface aggregation of nm size atomic clusters, and surface chemistry that leads to new 3D crystalline phases.
Published Version: doi:10.1063/1.4902958
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:17223813
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