HREELS


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HREELS

[′āch ‚rēlz]
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In HREELS, a monoenergetic beam of low-energy electrons is focused onto a sample surface.
The most extensive use of HREELS involves identifying adsorbed molecules and molecular intermediates on metal single-crystal surfaces.
Information provided by HREELS is complementary to the compositional information provided by Auger spectroscopy and SIMS and the insights into electronic structure offered by XPS and UPS.