Untersuchungen zur Adsorptionsdynamik von Tetrahydrofuran, Trimethylamin und Cyclooctin auf Silizium-(001)

Ziel dieser Arbeit war es, die Adsorptionsdynamik von Tetrahydrofuran, Trimethylamin und Cyclooctin auf der Si(001)-Ober ache zu untersuchen. Es wurde gezeigt, dass alle drei Molek ule einen grundlegend unterschiedlichen Adsorptionspfad und damit verbunden unterschiedliche Potentialkurven aufwe...

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