Molecular beam studies of sticking of oxygen on the Rh(111) surface

Brault, Pascal; Range, Heike; Toennies, J. Peter
June 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 21, p8876
Academic Journal
Measures the sticking coefficients of oxygen molecules on the rhodium surface using oxygen molecular beams seeded with different rare gases. Increase of incident beam energy; Adsorption evolving continuously from a molecular precursor-mediated process at low energies; Analysis of the dependence of the initial sticking coefficient on the incident kinetic energy.


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