(Figure Presented) Sieving single atoms: The binding of single metal atoms to thin SiO2 films grown on Mo(112) depends on the size of the adatom. While Pd atoms are able to pass the nanopores in the silica network (see figure) and strongly bind to the Mo-SiO2 interface, Au atoms are too big for a penetration and interact only with line defects in the oxide surface. © 2008 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.

Ulrich, S., Nilius, N., Freund, H., Martinez, U., Giordano, L., Pacchioni, G. (2008). Evidence for a size-selective adsorption mechanism on oxide surfaces: Pd and Au atoms on SiO2/Mo(112). CHEMPHYSCHEM, 9(10), 1367-1370 [10.1002/cphc.200800153].

Evidence for a size-selective adsorption mechanism on oxide surfaces: Pd and Au atoms on SiO2/Mo(112)

GIORDANO, LIVIA;PACCHIONI, GIANFRANCO
2008

Abstract

(Figure Presented) Sieving single atoms: The binding of single metal atoms to thin SiO2 films grown on Mo(112) depends on the size of the adatom. While Pd atoms are able to pass the nanopores in the silica network (see figure) and strongly bind to the Mo-SiO2 interface, Au atoms are too big for a penetration and interact only with line defects in the oxide surface. © 2008 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
oxide surface, DFT
English
2008
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10
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Ulrich, S., Nilius, N., Freund, H., Martinez, U., Giordano, L., Pacchioni, G. (2008). Evidence for a size-selective adsorption mechanism on oxide surfaces: Pd and Au atoms on SiO2/Mo(112). CHEMPHYSCHEM, 9(10), 1367-1370 [10.1002/cphc.200800153].
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