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Defects at Oxide Surfaces
The physics and chemistry of oxide surfaces cannot be recognized without taking into account the variety of lattice defects. Defects largely govern the electronic and optical properties of oxides, they offer potential binding sites for atoms and molecules, and serve as charge centers that control the donor or acceptor character of the material. In this contribution, we demonstrate how the nature of surface defects on oxides can be probed in an ensemble but also on the level of individualdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-14367-5_2 fatcat:lliy4btyb5gkngmgoqabvmsmhu