Beginning Beekeeping for Kentuckians - by R. A Scheibner

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Phys. 129 (2008) 124702 1–4. [13] M. Abramowitz, I. A. Stegun, Handbook of Mathematical Functions (Dover, New York, 1970), Chapter 9. [14] S. Glasstone, K. J. Laidler, H. , New York, 1941). [15] K. J. Laidler, J. H. Meiser, Physical Chemistry, 3rd edn. (Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1999). 2 Determination of adatom movements Surface diffusion studies on single adsorbed entities, the focus of our presentation, had to await the development of techniques capable of revealing atoms. This was first accomplished by Müller [1,2] roughly fifty years ago in 1956, with his invention of the field ion microscope (FIM).

49]). states. For metallic surfaces both images are supposed to overlap and to avoid misunderstandings, comparison of both images is desirable. In studying atomic surface diffusion, it is necessary to pay attention to the distance between the tip and the surface. Too close a tip can cause movement of atoms over the surface or cause changes in potential wells, which will influence the rate of atom jumps. Another thing to consider is charge transfer between tip and surface, which may also influence the movement of atoms and the stability of clusters.

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