Abstract

The change of the polarization state of light reflected from single crystals of Si (111) has been recorded during the breakdown of the equilibrium state of molecules adsorbed on their surfaces. When samples in vacuum undergo pulsed illumination with the light of a mercury lamp, the time for the adsorbed layer to return to the equilibrium state is several minutes. © 2005 Optical Society of America

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