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Authors: Uwe Burghaus (North Dakota State Univ.), J. Stephan(Fraunhofer-Verbund Mikroelek), L. Vattuone (Univ. di Genoa) and J.M. Rogowska (Univ. of Wroclaw) 
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The guidelines of this textbook are numerous example programs, flux diagrams, schemes, and figures presenting the obtained results. Step by step, the authors explain how steady state Monte Carlo Simulation (MCS) and time resolved, so-called kinetic or dynamic Monte Carlo Simulation (KMCS), schemes, respectively, can be set up. Furthermore, examples of classical Molecular Dynamics Simulations (MDS) are included. In addressing the same type of problem by way off all these methods, the different schemes can directly be compared. For the example programs, they have chosen problems related to the adsorption of gas-phase species on surfaces (i.e. mainly lattice models related to gas-surface adsorption dynamics). Furthermore, the growth of deposits on grid surfaces has been address including fractal growth phenomena.

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Preface; pp. i-xi

Chapter 1 - Technical note about the example programs; pp. 1-3

Chapter 2 - Introduction - gas surface interactions; pp. 5-22

Chapter 3 - Introduction - Monte Carlo Simulations; pp. 23-34

Chapter 4 - Quasi steady-state Monte Carlo simulations; pp. 35-71

Chapter 5 - Kinetic (time dependent) Monte Carlo simulations;
pp. 73-129

Chapter 6 - Classical Molecular Dynamics Simulations; pp. 131-152

Appendices

References

About The Authors

Subject Index. pp. 189-194

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   Pages: 205
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-531-3
   Status: AV
  
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