Reaction dynamics of atomic hydrogen with the hydrogenated Si(001) (2x1) surface

Kratzer, P.
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 16, p6752
Academic Journal
Reports on the simulation of the formation of molecular hydrogen from the reaction of an ideal Si(001) (2x1) monohydride surface with gas-phase atomic hydrogen using classical trajectory calculations on an empirical potential energy surface. Modeling of the H-H and H-surface interaction; Calculations; Clean Si(001) surface; Monohydride surface; Isotope effects in HD formation.


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