Adsorbed Layers on Surfaces. Part 5: Adsorption of molecules by K. Christmann (auth.), H.P. Bonzel (eds.)

By K. Christmann (auth.), H.P. Bonzel (eds.)

Surface technology is known as a comparatively younger medical self-discipline, fascinated with the actual and chemical homes of phenomena on fresh and lined strong surfaces, studied lower than numerous stipulations. The adsorption of atoms and molecules on reliable surfaces is, for instance, this kind of situation, hooked up with roughly drastic alterations of all floor houses. An adsorption occasion is often saw in nature and located to be of technical significance in lots of business procedures. consequently, floor technological know-how is interdisciplinary by means of its very nature, and as such a major middleman among basic and utilized research.

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9 Maximum number of H atoms adsorbed [H at/m2] or [ML] Remarks Ref. 6 β shoulder state 39 2 ML total at 210 K TDS; combined LEED and IR expts. 3 × 1019) at 150 K 87Pry 92Baf 86Zae 94Lop 79Sch strong decrease of E with coverage; TDS analysis TDS analysis 80Shi TDS data plotted as isosters 85Feu 78Dan TD comparison with CO 89Sun (via ads. 5 ML expts. 58 × 1019) 1 ML at 140 K strong decrease of Ed with coverage TDS and MB expts. 79Yat less than 1 ML expt. 2 Ag(100) ~58 β1 150 K α 110 K (sub-surface) Remarks Ref.

Performed with D2 93Par1 93Par2 93All expts. performed with HD and D2 74Bal1 74Bal2 H2 and D2 permeation expts. 82Com 89Ang1 barrier height depends on H2 vibrational excitation 91Mic 74Bal1 74Bal2 91Ber1 six bound H2 states 82Per 89Ang1 89Ang1 barrier height depends on H2 vibrational excitation 91Mic 91Cam translational and/or vibrational excitation facilitate dissociation; late barrier found 91Hay Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/42A5 Ref. p. 09 Ag(111) angular distribution of desorption angular dep.

92Lut physisorption of D2; TDS expts. 3 Hydrogen adsorption dynamics A special field of interest is the interaction of H2 molecules with the free-electron metal surfaces Cu, Ag, Au. These systems have frequently been studied by means of molecular beam techniques which allow, among others, the determination of the H2 - Cu (Ag, Au) scattering potential(s) (‘selective scattering’) and (by measuring the sticking probability as a function of the kinetic energy of the MB) the activation energy for dissociative adsorption.

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