Chemical reagents : their purity and tests by E. Merck. Authorized translation by Henry Schenck ...

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F. Phys. Chern. F. 98, 303 (1975). 26. N. W. Adamson, J. Am. Chern. Soc. 93, 1800 (1971). 27. M. Gleria and R. Mernrning, unpublished results. 28. H. Beckmann and R. Mernrning, J. Electrochern. Soc. 11 6, 368 (1 969 ) . 29. M. Gleria and R. Mernrning, Z. Phys. Chern. F. 101, 171 (1976). 30. R. I. Bard, Chern. Phys. Lett. 44, 339 (1976). 31 . W. Mehl, in Reactions of Molecules at Electrodes, ed. S. Hush, Wiley + Sons, New York 1971. PHOTOELECTRON EMISSION INTO ELECTROLYTES J. K. Sass Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Faradayweg 4-6, 1000 Berlin 33, Germany 1.

6 ...... 4 2 :,:'1 :1 :,:', ",. " . ;,' ;' . '",. 8 Photon Energy "wleV Figure 5. Photoyields at near-normal incidence of the light from smooth and electrochemically roughened (111) and (100) surfaces of silver in the vicinity of the surface-plasmon energy. diminishes indicating that the roughness spectrum distribution centered on lower momentum values. lS shifting to a The results presented in this section again demonstrate the lowenergy capabilities of the photoemission-into-electrolyte technique.

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