Original paper

Unified description of H-atom–induced chemicurrents and inelastic scattering

Volume: 115, Issue: 4, Pages: 680 - 684
Published: Jan 8, 2018
Abstract
Significance Catalytic reactions at surfaces are exceptionally complex, as they require a multitude of elementary steps. It is therefore very difficult to predict which chemical compounds are catalytically effective. In inelastic scattering experiments in ultrahigh vacuum, the first step of most surface reactions, which is the adsorption, can be studied on model systems in great detail. Based on such experiments new theoretical models can be...
Paper Details
Title
Unified description of H-atom–induced chemicurrents and inelastic scattering
Published Date
Jan 8, 2018
Volume
115
Issue
4
Pages
680 - 684
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