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Electronic and structural properties of adsorbates on nickel and aluminium surfaces
Andrew Bryan Hayden
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1993.
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4. Theoretical treatment of oxide surfaces 5. Electronic structure of oxide surfaces Rock salt type structures Corundum type structures 6. Adsorbates on oxides 7. Synopsis and perspectives Acknowledgments References File Size: 2MB. Structural and electronic properties obviously drive the physical and chemical properties of the solid, the third group of properties influenced by size in a simple classification. In their bulk state, many oxides have wide band gaps and a low reactivity A decrease in the average size of .
The question of assembling nanoclusters to form solids with new properties is also considered. Having an adequate knowledge of the properties of clusters can be of great help to any scientist working with objects of nanometric size. On the other hand, nanoclusters are themselves potentially important in fields like catalysis and nanomedicine. This book describes the properties and device applications of hydrogenated amorphous silicon. It covers the growth, the atomic and electronic structure, the properties of dopants and defects, the optical and electronic properties which result from the disordered structure and finally the applications of this technologically very important material.
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Electronic and structural properties of adsorbates on nickel and aluminium surfaces. Author: Hayden, Andrew Bryan. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Warwick Current Institution: University of Warwick Date of Award: Influence of Adsorbates on the Electronic Structure, Bond Strain, and Thermal Properties of an Alumina-Supported Pt Catalyst Article in ACS Nano 6(6) May with 7 Reads.
We describe the results of an X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) study of adsorbate and temperature-dependent alterations of the atomic level structure of a prototypical, noble metal hydrogenation and reforming catalyst: ∼ nm Pt clusters supported on gamma alumina (Pt/γ-Al 2 O 3).This work demonstrates that the metal–metal (M–M) bonding in these small clusters is responsive to the.
This review summarises the published literature concerning quantitative experimental determinations of adsorbate geometry in the monolayer regime and below on metal oxide surfaces.
Studies utilisin Cited by: Analysis of the electronic structure for the dye-sensitized TiO2 structures in the presence of coadsorbed solvent molecules shows an upward shift in the TiO2 conduction band of to eV ( Normally pristine graphene is a weak adsorbent/sensor because it has 2-D structure with surface only and no volume, which exploits the interaction of surface dopants with adsorbates.
So for increasing its sensitivity, graphene could be purposely doped with metallic and non-metallic by: The interfaces between complex oxides can play host to a range of interesting electronic phenomena.
Xieet al. demonstrate that the electronic properties at the LaAlO3/SrTiO3interface can be Cited by: Although the atomic and electronic structures of adsorbates bonded to Ag surfaces, and Ag nanoclusters, have been well studied, few theoretical and experimental investigations of the physical properties of AgNTs in present of light impurity have been reported so far.
In the present study, the influence of the adsorption of an CO molecule, O atom or N atom, and two types of defects (an monovacancy and an adhered atom Cited by: 1.
Before going into details regarding different adsorbate systems on surfaces we will make some general remarks concerning the electronic structure of adsorbates on surfaces. In particular, we like to emphasize the uniqueness of the more localized d -electrons in transition metals, in comparison to the delocalized s- or p -electrons, in the formation of the chemical by: Photoemission extended x-ray absorption fine structure (PEXAFS) has been developed as a new technique for determining the atomic structures of surfaces and adsorbates on surfaces.
PEXAFS has several unique advantages over other EXAFS methods that should make it attractive for use by other surface scientists. We have applied it to studies of the oxidation of technologically Author: G.M.
Rothberg. The fcc() surfaces are well known for their strong tendency to missing-row (MR) type reconstructions either in the clean state (Au, Pt) or driven by adsorbates (Ni, Cu, Pd, Ag).
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Comparison Study of Structural Properties and CO Adsorption on the Cu/Au() and Au/Cu() Thin Films. Ethylene and formaldehyde chemisorption on small nickel(III) and nickel aluminium clusters: extended Hückel calculations. HOW CARBON MONOXIDE BONDS TO METAL SURFACES.
Chemischer Informationsdienst16 Cited by: In the present chapter, the atomic structure of clean surfaces with adsorbates is discussed. The consideration is limited to adsorbate layers with an effective coverage of up to one atomic layer. Thus, multilayer thin films are beyond the scope of the by: 3.
Abstract. The total energy of an adsorbate as a function of position outside a metal surface determines, within the adiabatic approximation, the equilibrium position, the chemisorption energy, the vibrational spectrum and the activation energies for adsorption, diffusion and further reactions on the by: 2.
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This strong anisotropy gives wide. Abstract. Rolls are the main deformation tools in rolling mills. They often fail due to cracks, spalling, and wear in the process of service. This chapter presents the authors’ investigation on laser surface alloying of two different powders (C-B-W-Cr nanopowder and NiCr-Cr 3 C 2 powder) on three different metallic rolls (nodular cast-iron rolls, semisteel rolls, and cast-iron rolls) to.
excited states of adsorbates on surfaces [2,6]. Up to now, cluster models have been limited to substrates exhibiting a localized electronic structure, e.g., insulators or semicon-ductors such as metal oxides or silicon. The inherent lack of periodic boundary conditions in cluster calculations re-sults in a poor description of systems with a.
Abstract. The term adsorption describes the accumulation of foreign atoms or molecules in a two-dimensional layer at a phase boundary.
This frequently observed and often strongly exothermic process can be understood by realizing that the atoms at the surface of a phase differ from those in the by: 3. We report a first-principle investigation of the structure and electronic properties of small Sin (n = 1−6,9) clusters deposited on the Au() and Ag() surfaces.Electronic Properties of Adsorbates on InGaAs()-(2×4) D.
L. Winn, T. J. Grassman, and A. C. Kummel Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CaliforniaUSA Molecular and electronic structures of In 2O and Ga 2O bonding to the As-rich In Ga As()-(2×4) surface were.physics and particularly electronic structure of surfaces has become one of the major research areas.
As a consequence of the technological needs and the developments of new techniques in studying the crystal structure, the scientists were able to detect the electronic properties of the crystalline metal Size: KB.