References for EPFL Lectures (Venables)

References for EPFL Lectures (Venables)

This reference list is now almost complete. Latest version 9 Dec 97


For EPFL Lecture 1

R.E. Allen and F.W. deWette (1969) Phys. Rev. 179 873-886; 188 1320-****.
W.K. Burton, N. Cabrera and F.C. Frank, Proc. Roy. Soc. A243 (1951) 299-358.
J.G. Dash, Films on Solid Surfaces (1975, Academic).
T.L. Hill, Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics (1960, Adison-Wesley).
M.G. Lagally (1975) in Surface Physics of Materials (Ed. J.W. Blakely, Academic) Vol 1, Chap 9, pages 419-473.
H.J. Leamy, G.H. Gilmer and K.A Jackson (1975) in Surface Physics of Materials (Ed. J.W. Blakely, Academic) Vol 1, Chap 3, pages 121-188.
F. Mandl, Statistical Physics ***
J.D. Weeks and G.H. Gilmer, Adv. Chem. Phys. 40 (1979) 157-227.

For EPFL Lecture 2

**Several more references are given next to the diagrams, but are not in the text; I also gave part of this lecture in 'seminar mode', and did not refer explicitly to where the material came from. The following refernces are mostly review papers referred to in the text. Please send me an email if you need a particular reference.**

L.W. Bruch, M.W. Cole and E. Zaremba Physical adsorption: forces and phenomena (1997, Oxford)
A.D. Novaco and J.P. McTague, J. de Physique (1977) 38-C4 116-120; Phys. Rev. Lett. 38 (1977) 1286-9.
J. Suzanne and J.M. Gay in Handbook of surface science, vol 1 Ed W.N. Unertl (1996, North-Holland) chapter 10.
A. Thomy et al. Surface Sci. Rep. 1 (1981) 1-38.
A. Zangwill Physics at surfaces (1988, Cambridge) chapters 8, 9, 11, p 257-291, and 14, p 360-375.

For EPFL Lecture 3

J.V. Barth et al., Chem. Phys. Lett. 270 (1997) 152-156.
J.M. Bermond and J.A. Venables, J. Cryst. Growth 64 (1983) 239-256.
F. Besenbacher and J.K. Nørskov, Prog. Surface Sci. 44 (1993) 5-66.
M. Brack, Rev. Mod. Phys. 65 (1993) 677-732.
H. Brune et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 68 (1992) 624-626; J. Chem. Phys. 99 (1993) 2128-2148.
C.T. Campbell, Surface Sci. Rep. 27 (1997) 1-112.
M.C. Desjonquères and D. Spanjaard Concepts in surface physics (1996, Springer) especially chapter 6, p 411-538.
C. Duriez et al., Surface Sci. 253 (1991) 190-204.
T.L. Einstein in Handbook of surface science, vol 2, Ed W.N. Unertl (1996, Elsevier) chapter 11, p 577-650.
T.B. Grimley, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) 90 (1967) 751-764; 92 (1967) 776-782.
B. Hammer and J.K. Nørskov in Chemisorption and reactivity on supported clusters and thin films, Eds R.M Lambert and G. Pacchioni (1997, Kluwer), p 285-351.
V.E. Heinrich and P.A. Cox The surface science of metal oxides (1994, 1996 Cambridge) chapter 6, p 247-377.
C. Henry et al., Surface Sci. 253 (1991) 177-189; 272 (1992) 283-288.
J. Jacobsen et al., Phys. Rev. B52 (1995) 14954-62.
S. Jakubith et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 65 (1990) 3013-16.
R.I. Masel Principles of adsorption and reaction on solid surfaces (1996, Wiley) especially chapter 3 (p 108-234).
J.J. Metois et al., Phil. Mag. A46 (1982) 1015-1022.
D. Newns, Phys. Rev. 178 (1969) 1123-1135.
J.K. Nørskov, Rep. Prog. Phys. 53 (1990) 1253-1295; in The chemical physics of solid surfaces and heterogeneous catalysis, Eds D.A. King and D.P. Woodruff (1993, Elsevier) 6 1-***; Surface Sci. 299/300 (1994) 690-705.
S. Ogawa and S. Ino in Advances in Epitaxy and Endotaxy Eds H.G. Schneider and V. Ruth (1971 VEB Deutscher Verlag) chapter 4, p183-226.
M.F. Perutz, Scientific American 211 (#5, November 1964) 64-76. H.R. Poppa, Ultramicroscopy 11 (1983) 105-116; Vacuum 34 (1984) 1081-1095.
H.H. Rotermund et al., Science 270 (1995) 608-610.
G.A. Somorjai Introduction to surface chemistry and catalysis, (1994, Wiley) especially *.
L. Stryer, Biochemistry, 4th Edition (1995, Freeman), chapter 7.
J. Wintterlin et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 77 (1996) 123-126.
T. Zambelli et al., Nature (1997) submitted.

For EPFL Lecture 4

G.S. Bales and D.C. Chrzan, Phys. Rev. B50 (1994) 6057-6067.
D.R. Frankl and J.A. Venables, Adv. Phys. 19 (1970) 409-456.
R. Kern, G. LeLay and J.J. Metois, Current Topics in Materials Sci. 3 (1979) 139-419.
D.A. King and D.P. Woodruff (Eds) The chemical physics of solid surfaces and heterogeneous catalysis, vol 8 (1997, Elsevier) entitled Growth and properties of ultrathin epitaxial layers, with chapters by myself, by Bauer, by Brune and Kern, and by several other authors.
B. Lewis and J. C. Anderson Nucleation and growth of thin films (1978, Academic).
J.W. Matthews (Ed.) Epitaxial growth, parts A and B (1975, Academic).
J.L. Robins, Appl. Surface Sci. 33/34 (1988) 379-394.
J.A. Venables, Phil. Mag. 27 (1973) 697-738.
J.A. Venables, Phys. Rev. B36 (1987) 4153-4162.
J.A. Venables, Surface Sci. 299/300 (1994) 798-817.
J.A. Venables and G.L. Price, in Epitaxial growth, part B Ed. J.W. Matthews (1975, Academic) chapter 4 p381-436.
J.A. Venables, G.D.T. Spiller and M. Hanbüchen, Rep. Prog. Phys. 47 (1984) 399-459.

For EPFL Lecture 5

R. Anton et al., Vacuum 41 (1990) 1099-1101.
M. Bott et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76 (1996) 1304-1307.
H. Brune et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 73 (1994) 1955-8.
A.J. Donohoe and J.L. Robins, Thin Solid Films 33 (1976) 363-372.
G. Ehrlich, Surface Sci. 246 (1991) 1-12, and several other reviews.
A.D. Gates and J.L. Robins, Surface Sci. 116 (1982) 188-204; Surface Sci. 191 (1987) 492-498, 499-517
K.A. Gringerich et al., Surface Sci. 156 (1985) 495-503.
G.L. Kellogg, Surface Sci. Reports 24 (1994) 1-**.
A. Schmidt et al. Phys. Rev. B41 (1990) 11875-11880.
M.J. Stowell, Phil. Mag. 26 (1972) 361-374.
M.J. Stowell, Thin Solid Films 21 (1974) 91-105.
H.D. Velfe et al., Thin Solid Films 98 (1982) 115-124, and 125-138.

For EPFL Lecture 6

K.R. Heim et al., J. Appl. Phys. 80 (1996) 1161-1170
F.L. Metcalfe and J.A. Venables, Surface Sci. 369 (1996) 99-107.
J.A. Venables et al., Surface Sci. 371 (1997) 420-430.
J.A. Venables, Physica A239 (1997a) 35-46.
J.A. Venables, Proc. MRS Symposium 440 (1997b) 129-140.