Part I. Electron Emission: Quantum Entrapment and Polarization.- Introduction.- Theory: Bond-Electron-Energy Correlation.- Probing Strategies: STM/S, PES, APECS/XAS, ZPS.- Solid and Liquid Skins: Quantum Entrapment and Polarization.- Adatoms, Defects, and Kink Edges.- Atomic Chain Ends, Clusters, and Nanocrystals.- Carbon Allotropes.- Hetero-Coordinated Interfaces.- Tetrahedrally-Coordinated Bond Formation.- Hetero- and Under-Coordination Coupling.- Liquid Phase.- Concluding Remarks.- Part II. Electron Diffraction: Bond-band-Barrier Forming Dynamics.- Principles: Bond-band-barrier Correlation.- Methodology: Parameterization and Justification.- VLEED Capability and Sensitivity.- Bond Geometry, Valence Band, Potential Barrier and Work Function.- Four-Stage Cu3O2 Bonding Dynamics.- Conclusion.- Part
3. Multifield Phonon Dynamics.- Wonders of Multifield Lattice Oscillation.- Theory: Multifield Oscillation Dynamics.- Phonons of the Layered Structures.- Phonons of the Sized Crystals.- Water and Aqueous Solutions.- Concluding Remarks.
Chang Q Sun, received his B.Sc. from Wuhan University of Science and Technology in 1982. He was awarded an M.Sc. from Tianjin University in 1987, and was a member of the faculty there until 1992. He earned his Ph.D. in Physics at Murdoch University in 1997, before joining Nanyang Technological University. Dr. Sun's research has focuses on extraordinary coordination bonding and nonbonding electronics, and he has pioneered theories of bond relaxation and hydrogen bond (O: H O) oscillator pair cooperativity. He holds multiple patents related to coordination-resolved electrons and multi-field phonon spectrometrics. His contribution has been documented in Electron and Phonon Spectrometrics, Springer 2019; Solvation Dynamics: A Notion of Charge Injection, Springer 2019; The Attribute of Water: Single Notion, Multiple Myths, Springer 2016; and Relaxation of the Chemical Bond, Springer 2014; as well as their Chinese versions. He has published over 25 papers in journals such as Chemical Reviews and Progress in Materials Science. He received the inaugural Nanyang Award in 2005, and the 25th Khwarizmi International Award in 2012. He is currently on the advisory boards of numerous journals.