Adsorption and dissociation of benzene on bimetallic surfaces - the influence of surface geometry and electronic structure
Held, G. (2003) Adsorption and dissociation of benzene on bimetallic surfaces - the influence of surface geometry and electronic structure. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 15 (34). R1501. ISSN 1361-648X
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/15/34/202
This topical review discusses the influence of the surface geometry (e.g. lattice parameters and termination) and electronic structure of well-defined bimetallic surfaces on the adsorption and dissociation of benzene. The available data can be divided into two categories with combinations of non-transition metals and transition metals on the one side and combinations of two transition metals on the other. The main effect of non-transition metals in surface alloys is site blocking which can suppress chemisorption and dissociation of the molecules completely. When two transition metals are combined, the effects are less dramatic. They mainly affect the strength of the chemisorption bond and the degree of dissociation due to electronic and template effects.
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