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5 eV. Therefore in these instruments phonon-assisted inelastic scattering processes cannot be distinguished from the elastic events. The use of cylindrical monochromators and analyzers leads to improved resolution of AE-10 meV so that inelastic electron scattering by local modes of adsorbed specie^'^','^^ and optical surface phonons in semiconductor^'^^-'^^ can be observed directly. The great majority of LEED studies of surface atomic vibrat i o n ~ , ' ~ ~ , ' ~ ~however, ,'~~-'% are carried out by observing the temperature dependence of the "quasielastic" differential cross-sections defined by8*9 in which d2u/(dQdw) is the differential inelastic scattering cross-section associated with an energy loss of w = E- E'.
A common form taken for this Hamiltonian is6,19,248 H,= -h2A +X(E)O(t) 2m ih Z ( E ) = - Vo- -[2m(E+ m’ee V,)]1/ 2 The real part of the optical potential, - Yo, is caused primarily by the exchange interaction of the incident electron with the valence electrons in the solid. ” The imaginary part of the optical potential describes the removal of electrons from the elastic beam by inelastic electron-electron collisions. It is expressed in terms of the inelastic collision damping length A,, in (28).
Collision mean free path, Xee-2 to 10 Their main consequence is that surface crystallography via ELEED differs from bulk crystallography via X-ray diffraction only in the technical complexity of the analytical procedure. The essential input ingredients in both analyses are identical: a simple model of the electronic charge density around the atoms (obtained from standard references like the book by Herman and Skillman243)and a set of computer programs that convert these charge densities plus a hypothetical structure into model intensities for comparison with experimental data.
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