Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Conference

Second International Conference on the Structure of Surfaces (CSOS-II)

Publication Date

1988

DOI

10.1007/978-3-642-73343-7_38

City

Berlin, Germany

Abstract

Atomic oxygen forms a metastable c(2×2) phase on Pd(100) under conditions of rapid adsorption (high pressure) and slow diffusion (low sample temperature). One possible explanation is that oxygen molecules require an 8-fold ensemble of empty sites for dissociative chemisorption, and that subsequent adatom motion is limited and creates no neighboring pairs of filled sites. We describe the properties of the adlayer predicted by such a model.

Comments

This article is from Second International Conference on the Structure of Surfaces 11 (1988): pp. 231—237, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-73343-7_38

Copyright Owner

Springer Verlag

Language

en

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