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THE ADSORPTION OF NO2 ON AG(111) - A LOW-TEMPERATURE RAIRS STUDY

BROWN, WA; GARDNER, P; KING, DA; (1995) THE ADSORPTION OF NO2 ON AG(111) - A LOW-TEMPERATURE RAIRS STUDY. SURF SCI , 330 (1) 41 - 47.

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Abstract

Initial adsorption of NO2 on Ag(111) at 86 K is dissociative and gives rise to the formation of adsorbed O and (NO)(2) dimers. Subsequent adsorption is complex leading to the formation of NO3, NO and N2O3 which coexist on the surface with the O and (NO)(2). Further adsorption then leads to the formation of multilayers of N2O4. The multilayers are seen to desorb at 140 K, in agreement with previous observations.

Type:Article
Title:THE ADSORPTION OF NO2 ON AG(111) - A LOW-TEMPERATURE RAIRS STUDY
Keywords:NITROGEN-DIOXIDE, MOLECULAR ADSORPTION, SURFACE, DECOMPOSITION, SPECTROSCOPY, PT(111), 300-K, OXIDE, N2O4, XPS
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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