Non-Adiabatic Processes in Field Desorption Phenomena View Full Text


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DATE

1985

AUTHORS

N. Shima , M. Tsukada

ABSTRACT

The field-induced desorption phenomenon [1] of surface atoms or adsorbed molecules gives direct information about the microscopic states of surface atoms. Recently qualitatively different behaviors were found between strongly adsorbed (chemisorbed) and weakly adsorbed (physisorbed) hydrogen-metal surface systems when the high electric field was applied. In the strongly adsorbed systems of hydrogen on Fe or Ni, H+ ions were detected [2]. On the other hand, in the weakly adsorbed systems of hydrogen on A1 or Cu, dominant desorbed species are metal hydride ions and the proportion of the desorbed H+ is small. Such behavior is puzzling from the usual view points of the chemical reaction, since the weaker bond might be considered harder to dissociate. More... »

PAGES

43-50

Book

TITLE

Dynamical Processes and Ordering on Solid Surfaces

ISBN

978-3-642-82425-8
978-3-642-82423-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-82423-4_6

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-82423-4_6

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