By D. D. Eley (ed.), Herman Pines (ed.), Paul B. Weisz (ed.)
In view that 1948, this serial has sought to fill the space among the papers and the textbooks that educate the various components of catalysis learn. This quantity contains articles at the purposes of adsorption microcalorimetry and natural syntheses utilizing aluminosilicates.
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The computation is repeated using various locations for surface atoms until the best agreement between experiment and theory is obtained. Figure 1 1 shows the computed and experimental intensities of diffraction beams from a Pt( 11 1) clean surface where best agreement between experiment and theory has been obtained. For this surface the atoms appears to be positioned according to the predictable projection of the X-ray unit cell to that particular surface. FIG. 1 1 , Comparisons of theory and experiment for I - - V profiles from Pt(l11) at room temperature for (a) the (00)beam and (b) the (TO) beam at three angles of incidence.
Naphthalene, however, adsorbs on both gold surfaces, and the adsorption behavior indicates dissociative chemisorption. The hydrocarbon fragments that form are strongly bound. These results indicate that while chemisorption of hydrocarbons on platinum surfaces requires little or no activation energy, chemisorption on gold has large enough activation energy for most hydrocarbons to prevent adsorption at the low pressures ( l o p 6Torr) and temperatures ( <550°C) studied. While the activation energy for surface reactions such as the rupture of C-H and C-C bonds is greatly reduced at atomic steps on the platinum surface, this effect is not at all apparent on gold surfaces.
They observed angular distributions that are peaked near the surface normal following a relationship, where is the angle of desorption from the surface relative to the surface normal. 0 on the different surfaces studied. This angular distribution, instead of cos 8, indicates perhaps incomplete accommodation of the reaction product with the surface. The peaked angular distribution could be related to the presence of impurities such as carbon and sulfur contamination on the metal surfaces. There is evidence from the experiments of Stickney et al.