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Oxygen induced faceting of Cu(911)

DOI: 10.1016/j.susc.2021.121933 DOI Help

Authors: Benjamin Hagman (Lund University) , Andreas Schaefer (Chalmers University of Technology) , Helen Edström (Lund University) , Kim Von Allmen (Lund University) , Johan Gustafson (Lund University)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Surface Science , VOL 138

State: Published (Approved)
Published: August 2021
Diamond Proposal Number(s): 22586

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Abstract: The oxidation of copper is essential for several fields, such as corrosion, catalytic methanol synthesis, and CO electroreduction. However, the understanding of the oxidation of copper under various conditions is not complete. Here, we study the oxidation of the vicinal Cu(911) surface by O with in-situ Surface X-ray Diffraction. It was found that the surface facets to (410), (401), and (100) which are stable in the parameter range of =25-400 C and mbar O . The (410) and (401) facets are present until the surface is further oxidized to Cu O, at mbar and above. These results further the knowledge on the oxidation of copper and its surfaces, which may be of importance for a wide range of applications.

Journal Keywords: SXRD; Copper; Faceting; Vicinal surface

Subject Areas: Physics, Chemistry


Instruments: I07-Surface & interface diffraction

Other Facilities: p21.2 at PETRA III

Added On: 01/09/2021 08:36

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Discipline Tags:

Surfaces Physics Physical Chemistry Chemistry

Technical Tags:

Diffraction Surface X-ray Diffraction