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A molecular complex model for the chemisorption of hydrogen on a nickel surface.

by C. F. Melius

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


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StatementBy C. F. Melius, J. W. Moskowitz, A. P. Mortola, M. B. Baillie, and M. A. Ratner.
ContributionsMoskowitz, J. W., Mortola, A. P., Baillie, M. B., Ratner, M. A.
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
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Open LibraryOL20424343M

  1 Introduction. Hydrogen is extensively considered as the promising and preferred alternative to contemporary energy with advantage of its high energy capacity and eco‐friendly emission. 1 Electrocatalytic water splitting is a clean‐energy and effective technology for hydrogen production. 2 The electrolysis of water consists of the anodic oxygen evolution reaction (OER) and cathodic Cited by: 1.   Electrochemical hydrogenation of a homogeneous nickel complex to form a surface adsorbed hydrogen-evolving species. Martin DJ(1), McCarthy BD, Donley CL, Dempsey JL. Author information: (1)Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina , USA. [email protected] by:

The challenge was in understanding how one structure, containing a pair of nitrogen and boron atoms surrounded by only 12 hydrogen atoms, stretched and twisted in the solid molecular crystal. A Surface Science Investigation of the Role of Potassium Additives in Nickel Catalysts for CO Hydrogenation, C.T. Campbell and D.W. Goodman, Surface Sci., (). The Interaction of Cl2 with Bi(): Incipient BiCl3 Formation and Decomposition, C.T. Campbell and T.N. Taylor, Surface Sci., , ().

Melius CF, Moskowitz JW, Mortola AP, Baillie MB, Ratner MA () A Molecular Complex Model for the Chemisorption of Hydrogen on a Nickel Surface. Surface Sci – Google Scholar Author: Klaus Christmann. A Study of the Mechanism of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on Nickel by Surface Interrogation Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SI-SECM) Zhenxing Liang,1 Hyun S. Ahn*,2 and Allen J. Bard*,1 1Center for Electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas , United StatesFile Size: KB.


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A molecular complex model for the chemisorption of hydrogen on a nickel surface by C. F. Melius Download PDF EPUB FB2

Surface Science 59 () North-Holland Publishing Company A MOLECULAR COMPLEX MODEL FOR THE CHEMISORPTION OF HYDROGEN ON A NICKEL SURFACE * Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, New MexicoUSA J.W.

MOSKOWITZ **, A.P. MORTOLA + and M.B. BAILLIE Department of Chemistry, New York University, New York, New YorkUSA and M.A. Cited by: Buy A Molecular Complex Model for the Chemisorption of Hydrogen on a Nickel Surface (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders A Molecular Complex Model for the Chemisorption of Hydrogen on a Nickel Surface (Classic Reprint): C.

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The origin of reversible hydrogen adsorption on dispersed nickel catalysts has been examined through analysis of in situ magnetization and chemisorption measurements on a large number of silica- and alumina-supported catalysts. Parameters considered were crystallite size, extent of reduction, calculated surface capacity, N M, measured surface capacity for irreversible adsorption, N 0, slope of Cited by: lecular orbital theory, a semiempirical molecular orbital technique, to investigate the preferred structure of the "surface molecule." EHMO has been used previously to study the chemisorption of hydrogen on graphite, 1 and of organic mole­ cules,2 carbon monoxide, 3 and hydrogen4 on nickel.

In the case of carbon monoxide on nickel, 3 the de­. The adsorption of hydrogen on a clean Ni() single crystal surface was studied in UHV between K and K means of LEED, thermal desorption spectroscopy and work function measurements.

H2 chemisorption occurs in two atomic states ßi and ßz with maximum desorption rates (at. Determination of Chemisorption Probabilities of Hydrogen Molecules on a Nickel Surface by Artificial Neural Network Mustafa Böyükata,a,* Yücel Koçyiðit,b and Ziya B.

Güvençc aDepartment of Physics, Bozok University, Yozgat, Turkey bDepartment of Electric and Electronic Engineering, Celal Bayar University, Manisa, Turkey cDepartment of Electronic and Communication Engineering.

(chemisorption) and. physical adsorption (physisorption), depending of the strengths of the interaction between adsorbent and adsorptive. While chemisorption is most essential for heterogeneous surface reactions, physisorption plays a major role during separation and enrichment processes at and near phase Size: 1MB.

Unrestricted density functional study on the adsorption of hydrogen molecule on nickel surface February Journal of Molecular Structure s –– Chemisorption geometry of hydrogen on Ni(): Order and disorder Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Chemical Physics 70(9) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The chemisorption of atomic H on the [] surface of Ni is treated by use of a many‐electron embedding theory to describe the electronic bonding. The lattice is modeled as a 26‐atom, three layer cluster which is extracted from a larger cluster by an orbital localization by:   This paper emphasizes concepts and fundamentals relating to the kinetics, energetics, and stoichiometries of adsorption of hydrogen on supported cobalt, iron and nickel, with emphasis on nickel.

Relationships between catalyst and adsorption properties and the application of hydrogen chemisorption to the measurement of metal surface areas are by: Molecular hydrogen;nickel | H2Ni | CID - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological.

The adsorption of hydrogen on the () plane of nickel at room temperature has been investigated using the technique of flash desorption spectroscopy. The residual CO partial pressure has been reduced below 1 × 10 −11 torr to minimize the effect of H 2 and CO by: A Molecular Complex Model for the Chemisorption of Hydrogen on a Nickel Surface by C.

Melius Organic Seminar Abstracts, Semester II by University of Illinois The Electron Factor in Catalysis on Metals Proceedings of a Workshop Held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, Decemberby L.

Bennett. Enhanced hydrogen chemisorption and spillover on non-metallic nickel subnanoclusters of nickelocene pre-loaded on ZTC which functions as a high-surface area support. X-ray absorption fine structure reveals that the Ni species formed by the thermal decomposition is in a unique oxidized state.

Enhanced hydrogen chemisorption and spillover Cited by: 1. High-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy and thermal programmed desorption studies of the chemisorption and thermal decomposition of ethylene and acetylene on Ni() single-crystal surfaces.

balances.6 This model predicted that adiabatic operations of a nickel-hydrogen cell were unsafe for both charge and discharge pro-cesses. Timmerman et al.7 developed a nickel-hydrogen cell model with simple nickel phase reactions. The predictions of their model showed good qualitative agreement with experimental data of the.

The potential energy diagram for the chemisorption of hydrogen atoms on nickel is schematically depicted in Figure As molecular hydrogen approaches the surface, it is trapped in a shallow potential energy well associated with the physi­ sorbed state having an enthalpy ofphysisorption flHp •.

@article{osti_, title = {Communication: Methane dissociation on Ni() surface: Importance of azimuth and surface impact site}, author = {Shen, Xiangjian and State Key Laboratory of Molecular Reaction Dynamics and Center for Theoretical Computational Chemistry, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian and Zhang, Zhaojun and Zhang, Dong H., E.Surface science is the study of physical and chemical phenomena that occur at the interface of two phases, including solid–liquid interfaces, solid–gas interfaces, solid–vacuum interfaces, and liquid–gas interfaces.

It includes the fields of surface chemistry and surface physics. Some related practical applications are classed as surface engineering. The hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) on Ni in alkaline media was investigated by scanning electrochemical microscopy under two operating modes.

First, the substrate generation/tip collection mode was employed to extract the “true” cathodic current associated with the HER from the total current in the polarization curve. Compared to metallic Ni, the electrocatalytic activity of the HER Cited by: