Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films

Proceedings of the 106th WE-Heraeus Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, February 15-18, 1993 by Hans-Joachim Freund

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  • Physical organic chemistry,
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  • Surfaces (Physics)

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Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films introduces to a new and topical field of surface science for which rather little experience is available at present. It reviews the recent results of the employed analytical methods comprising all modern surface techniques including scanning tunneling microscopy and various kinds of electron spectroscopies. The present status of this new, clearly defined field of surface science is nearly completely overviewed by contributions from most of the research groups active in this field. The book is meant as a basis for the expected rapid development in this area with applications in catalysis, thin-film and semiconductor technology, sensors, electrochemistry, controlled preparation of ultrathin epitaxial surfaces, and interfaces of insultors as well as future molecular electronics.

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Institut für Festkörperphysik – Abteilung Atomare und Molekulare Strukturen; Abteilung Atomare > Group Pfnür & > Publications. Alle Publikationen im Bereich ATMOS. Suche nach: in: in allen Feldern Autor Titel Beschreibung Kategorie.   Everybody agrees that well defined and characterized model surfaces are needed in order to successfully study protein adsorption. The importance of such surfaces has been appreciated even more after the introduction of new high-resolution techniques, such as atomic force microscopy (AFM) [ 7 ], for studying by: H.‐J. Freund and E. Umbach, Eds., Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films, Vol. 33 of Springer Series in Surface Science (Springer.

G. Beitel, K. Markert, J. Wiechers, J. Hrbek and R.J. Behm, "Characterization of single crystal a-Al2O3() and () surfaces and Ag/Al2O3 model catalysts by atomic force microscopy", in 'Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films', H.J. Freund and E. Umbach eds., p. (Springer, Berlin, ).   The growth of copper sulfide thin films by the successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) method at room temperature and normal pressure was studied. The CuS films were characterized by chemical analysis, XRD, SEM and UV spectroscopy. The growth rate of CuS was proportional to copper precursor concentration. The films were polycrystalline and .   Ultrathin, ordered oxide films on metal surfaces. Surface structures formed by titanium oxide thin films at a Pt() surface have been studied by STM, LEED, Kuhlenbeck H and Neumann M Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films vol 33 ed E Umbach and H-J Freund (Heidelberg: Springer) p Cited by: The adsorption energy and the equilibrium valley of various molecules adsorbed on a step of MgO() substrate are determined on the basis of interatomic potentials. The step acts as a trapping site for all molecules adsorbed on the lower terrace and as a barrier for molecules on the upper terrace. The height of the potential barrier increases or decreases when compared to Cited by: 7.

Book Paperback (English) Free Free (English) Paperback Processes Surfaces Shipping! Solid Book Dynamic on Particles on Surfaces 1: Detection, Adhesion, and Removal (English) Paperback Bo Particles on Surfaces - $ Solid Solution Cd x Zn 1-x S Thin Films Grown by Atomic Layer Epitaxy and Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction Techniques p High Rates of Diamond Deposition with Various Crystals Sizes by Combustion Flame Method Cited by: 2. Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions or molecules from a gas, liquid or dissolved solid to a surface. This process creates a film of the adsorbate on the surface of the process differs from absorption, in which a fluid (the absorbate) is dissolved by or permeates a liquid or solid (the absorbent), respectively. Adsorption is a surface phenomenon, while . Adsorption on ordered surfaces of ionic solids and thin films () Surface scattering experiments with conduction electrons () Diffraction methods in materials science ().

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Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films introduces to a new and topical field of surface science for which rather little experience is available at present.

It reviews the recent results of the employed analytical methods comprising all modern surface techniques including scanning tunneling microscopy and various kinds of electron : Paperback. Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films introduces to a new and topical field of surface science for which rather little experience is available at present.

It reviews the recent results of the employed analytical methods comprising all modern surface techniques including scanning tunneling microscopy and various kinds of electron spectroscopies. We report adsorption studies on clean and modified surfaces of NiO, Cr 2 O 3 and Al 2 O 3.

Small molecules such as NO, CO and H 2 O are adsorbed. The oxides are studied as bulk single crystals as well as as single crystal films. We are able to discriminate between adsorption on ideal terrace sites and defect sites by using EEL-spectra of surface by: 7.

Part HI Adsorption on Oxide Surfaces: Molecules and Ultrathin Metal Films Clean ZnO Surfaces and their Interaction with Gases By K. Jacobi (With 8 Figures) Molecular Adsorption on TiO0 and ZnO Surfaces By G. Thornton (With 7 Figures) Single-Crystal Studies of Molecular and Atomic Adsorption on Transition-Metal Oxides.

Thornton G. () Molecular Adsorption on TiO 2 and ZnO Surfaces. In: Freund HJ., Umbach E. (eds) Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films. In: Freund HJ., Umbach E. (eds) Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin by: 5.

Pacchioni G., Bagus P.S. () Adsorption and Reaction of CO and CO 2 at the Surface and Defect Sites of MgO and NiO. In: Freund HJ., Umbach E. (eds) Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin by: 7.

Principles of Adsorption and Reaction on Solid Surfaces As with other books in the field, Principles of Adsorption and Reaction on Solid Surfaces describes what occurs when gases come in contact with various solid surfaces.

But, unlike all the others, it also explains by: Atomic layer epitaxy is a version of molecular beam epitaxy used for the epitaxial growth of III-V or II-VI semiconductor compounds.

Following this process the films grow at the solid-vacuum interface by successive adsorption and chemical reaction of the compound atoms emitted alternatively from two sources [11,12).Cited by: Deposition of metal chalcogenide thin films by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) method H M PATHAN and C D LOKHANDE* Department of Physics, Shivaji Unive rsity, KolhapurIndia MS received 16 May ; revised 15 December Abstract.

Potassium adsorption on stoichiometric and defective rutile TiO 2 () surfaces at room temperature has been studied by means of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARUPS and ARXPS) from the valence states and core levels.

Potassium adsorption on the stoichiometric surface creates reduced Ti ions (“Ti 3+ ”) with lowered Ti2p core-level binding energy and 3d Cited by: ELSEVIER Surface Science () surface science Invited paper Adsorption on oxide surfaces: structure and dynamics F.

Winkelmann, S. Wohlrab, J. Libuda, M. B~iumer, D. Cappus, M. Menges, K. A1-Shamery, H. Kuhlenbeck, H.-J. Freund * Lehrstuhl fiir Physikalische Chemie I, Ruhr- Universitiit Bochum, UniversitiitsstrasseBochum, Cited by: Boussard P., Siegbahn P.E.M., Wahlgren U. () Cluster Models of Zinc Oxide Including Ionic and Covalent Effects.

In: Freund HJ., Umbach E. (eds) Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin by: 2. Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films (Springer Series in Surface Sciences Vol 33) H-J. Freund and E. Umbach (editors), Springer Verlag, Photo-electron Spectra Induced by X-rays of Above Non-Metallic Compounds Containing 77 Elements C.

Jorgensen and H. Berthou, Munksgaard Publishers, Denmark, Get this from a library. Adsorption on ordered surfaces of ionic solids and thin films: proceedings of the th W.E. Heraeus Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, February[H -J Freund; E Umbach;].

Principles of adsorption and reaction on solid surfaces () Adsorption on new and modified inorganic sorbents ( Adsorption on ordered surfaces of ionic solids and thin films () Absorption () Films on solid surfaces () The chemisorptive bond (). Get this from a library. Adsorption on ordered surfaces of ionic solids and thin films: proceedings of the th WE-Heraeus Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, February[Hans-Joachim Freund; E Umbach; Doktor-Wilhelm.

Freund H-J and Umbach E (ed) Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films (Springer Series in Surface Sciences, vol. Adsorption of Methanol on the MgO() Surface: An Infrared Study at Room Temperature Article in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (47) November with 83.

Thin Nb films were grown by MBE in a UHV chamber at two different temperatures (50°C and °C) on the () surface of TiO 2 (rutile). At a growth temperature of 50°C, reflection high energy electron diffraction (RHEED) revealed epitaxial growth of Nb on rutile: ()[] TiO 2 ¦¦ ()[] Nb.

In addition, investigations with Auger electron spectroscopy. ELSEVIER Surface Science () surface science NO on CoO(Ill)/Co() hydroxyl assisted adsorption M. Hassel, H.-J. Freund * Lehrstuhl fiJr Physikalische Chemie I, Ruhr-Universitiit Bochum, UniversitiitsstrasseD Bochum, Germany Received 31 August ; accepted for publication 1 November Abstract We have investigated the Cited by: An electrostatic model for physisorption at ionic solids is developed.

It is based on the asymptotic density model recently introduced for the efficient calculation of electrostatic potentials. The shape of the interacting systems is generated by appropriate isodensity by: 8. Variations on the film conductivity covers almost two orders of magnitude and, in the range studied, obeys a power law relationship.

The results are discussed in the framework of the electron theory of adsorption where the mean parameters are grain size, surface trap energy level and number of chemisorption by: A density functional cluster embedding approach is applied to study the influences of the impurities in CO adsorption on the MgO surface.

A atom cluster centered at. The bonding structure and binding character for the initial stage of thin-film growth of Ni on a rutile () surface were studied using first-principles density functional theory.

Our results show that, in the first monolayer, Ni atoms are preferentially adsorbed on top of bridging oxygen atoms and upon secondary surface by: Jacobi, in Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films, Vol.

33 of Springer Series in Surface Science, edited by E. Umbach and H. Freund (Springer, Berlin, ), p. Google ScholarCited by: In search of that, Bi2S3:PbS solid solution in thin film form has been synthesized by modest successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) method and characterized by XRD, FESEM, and HRTEM.

H.-J. Freund and E. Umbach, Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films (Springer, Berlin, ).Google Scholar; 2. Heidberg, L. Cabigon, E Cited by: Adsorption of Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Ionic Liquids at the Au() Surface Article (PDF Available) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Titanium dioxide thin films were grown on oxidized Ta surfaces using a cyclic layer-by-layer wet chemistry method: successive-ionic-layer-adsorption-and-reaction (SILAR). ), Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films: Proceedings of the th WE-Heraeus Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, February 15–18, (pp.

Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin : R. Dahint, K. Bierbaum, M. Grunze. Heidberg J, Cabigon L, Kampshoff E, Kandel M, Kühnemuth R, Meine D, Redlich B, Schönekäs O, Suhren M, Weiss H and Wetter D Adsorption on Ordered Surfaces of Ionic Solids and Thin Films (Springer Series in Surface Science 33) ed H-J Freund and E Umbach (Heidelberg: Springer) Google Scholar.Title Sources; Adsorption on ordered surfaces of ionic solids and thin films proceedings of the th WE-Heraeus-Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, Februarysurface are found at the surface of a thin film (second lowest trace) as indicated in Fig.

4. The other spectra included in Fig. 4 serve to show that the surface states are sensitive to gas adsorption in a very specific way which we shall discuss in further detail below.