Diffraction of He atoms from Xe monolayer adsorbed on the graphite (0 0 0 1) revisited: the importance of multiple scattering processes

  title={Diffraction of He atoms from Xe monolayer adsorbed on the graphite (0 0 0 1) revisited: the importance of multiple scattering processes},
  author={Antonio {\vS}iber and Branko Gumhalter},
  journal={Surface Science},
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