AVS 54th International Symposium
    Surface Science Tuesday Sessions

Session SS2-TuA
Excitations at Surfaces

Tuesday, October 16, 2007, 1:40 pm, Room 611
Moderator: G.A. Kimmel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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2:00pm SS2-TuA2 Invited Paper
Electronic Excitation and Bond Dissociation via Transient Anion Formation at the Surfaces of Molecular and Biomolecular Solids
L. Sanche, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
2:40pm SS2-TuA4
An Atomic Seesaw Switch by Tunneling Carrier Injection on Ge (001)
K. Tomatsu, K. Nakatsuji, T. Iimori, University of Tokyo, Japan, Y. Takagi, Riken Harima, Japan, H. Kusuhara, A. Ishii, Tottori University, Japan, F. Komori, University of Tokyo, Japan
3:00pm SS2-TuA5
Detection of Hydrogen During Low-Energy (5-50 eV) Electron Bombardment of Acetylene Adsorbed on Si(111) Surfaces
K.R. Shepperd, T. Li, P.N. First, T.M. Orlando, Georgia Institute of Technology
4:00pm SS2-TuA8
Mechanism of Negative Ion Formation during the Laser Ablation of Alkali Halides
J.T. Dickinson, K. Kimura, S.C. Langford, Washington State University
4:20pm SS2-TuA9
Dissociative Attachment of Adsorbed Methyl Halides by Dielectric Layer Image State Electrons
E.T. Jensen, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
4:40pm SS2-TuA10
Photo-induced Surface Functionalization of Carbon Surfaces: The Role of Photoelectron Ejection
P.E. Colavita, B. Sun, K.-Y. Tse, R.J. Hamers, University of Wisconsin-Madison
5:00pm SS2-TuA11
Electron Stimulated Reactions in Thin Water Films Adsorbed on TiO2(110)
N.G. Petrik, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, C.D. Lane, T.M. Orlando, Georgia Institute of Technology, G.A. Kimmel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory