By K. Christmann (auth.), H.P. Bonzel (eds.)
Surface technological know-how is known as a comparatively younger clinical self-discipline, thinking about the actual and chemical homes of phenomena on fresh and lined stable surfaces, studied less than various stipulations. The adsorption of atoms and molecules on good surfaces is, for instance, any such situation, attached with kind of drastic adjustments of all floor homes. An adsorption occasion is often saw in nature and located to be of technical significance in lots of business techniques. hence, floor technology is interdisciplinary via its very nature, and as such a tremendous middleman among primary and utilized research.
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H coverage determined by nuclear reaction analysis (NRA) complicated phase diagram; H-driven surface reconstructions (periodic distortions) partially involved ; several T-dependent phase transitions 98Mij 89McC 96Lee 79Est 80Bar 87Pry 80Ben Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/42A5 Ref. p. 1 Adsorbate properties of hydrogen on solid surfaces Criti- Experical mental temp. 65... 70 Å 55 Remarks Reference H-induced reconstr. 2; T-dependent phase transitions 86Zae H-induced surface reconstr. 65 Å (1×1) phase 87Alt 97Arn1 99Arn 93Lop H driven reconstr.
22 ML at 200 K MB expts. 2) × 1019 total at 130 K TDS analysis; E(Θ ) decreasing with coverage TDS analysis TDS lineshape analysis; expts. performed with D2 TDS analysis 87Eng β2 β1 Ir(111) Pt(110)-(1×2) States and their coverage dependence E(Θ ) β with low-T shoulder β β2 β1 α [Ref. p. 47 ML) 80Ibb 99Hag; 96Lau 69Lew TDS analysis 74Lu TDS analysis 75Net nuclear reaction analysis 80Nor1 93Klo TDS analysis MB study TPD features complex because of T- and H coverage dependent reconstruction TPD features complex because of T- and H coverage dependent reconstruction TPD features complex because of T- and H coverage dependent reconstruction 95Dix TDS analysis 74Lu 91Pen1 95Pas Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/42A5 Ref.
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. 5 ML at 105 K; including α state (due to some bulk absorption subsurface H) only contribution appears at 100 K ads. 5 ML subsurface, α1 = absorbed H, >1 ML 1 ML 98Oku 74Con 83Cat1 83Cat2 population of subsurface 83Beh sites isothermal desorption expts. ) β2 β1 α (subsurface) s (β2) 315 K rs (β1) 280 K ss 212 K v (α) 170 K [Ref.