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One of the ﬁrst pioneering treatments of friction forces near surfaces invoked the specular reﬂection model (SRM) [43–45]. In many applications of ion – surface scattering this simpliﬁed classical dielectric response picture has proven to be a very powerful tool. Within the SRM the dielectric response is described by the bulk dielectric function ð1b Þ below the surface, while above the surface 1 is assumed to be given by its vacuum value 1. The presence of the surface is thus represented by a discontinuous 1: The key point of the SRM is that the induced charge density is highly localized on the surface represented by a d-shaped charge density on the interface.
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