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Fe oxides on Ag surfaces: structure and reactivity

DOI: 10.1007/s11244-016-0714-8 DOI Help

Authors: M. Shipilin (Lund University) , E. Lundgren (Lund University) , J. Gustafson (Lund University) , C. Zhang (Lund University) , F. Bertram (DESY) , C. Nicklin (Diamond Light Source) , C. J. Heard (Chalmers University of Technology) , H. Grönbeck (Chalmers University of Technology,) , F. Zhang (University of Florida) , J. Choi (University of Florida) , V. Mehar (University of Florida) , V. J. F. Weaver (University of Florida) , L. R. Merte (Lund University)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Topics In Catalysis

State: Published (Approved)
Published: September 2016
Diamond Proposal Number(s): 10342

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Abstract: One layer thick iron oxide films are attractive from both applied and fundamental science perspectives. The structural and chemical properties of these systems can be tuned by changing the substrate, making them promising materials for heterogeneous catalysis. In the present work, we investigate the structure of FeO(111) monolayer films grown on Ag(100) and Ag(111) substrates by means of microscopy and diffraction techniques and compare it with the structure of FeO(111) grown on other substrates reported in literature. We also study the NO adsorption properties of FeO(111)/Ag(100) and FeO(111)/Ag(111) systems utilizing different spectroscopic techniques. We discuss similarities and differences in the data obtained from adsorption experiments and compare it with previous results for FeO(111)/Pt(111).

Journal Keywords: FeOAg; Surface; X-ray diffraction; Reactivity; Single crystal surfaces; Surface structure

Subject Areas: Materials, Chemistry, Physics

Instruments: I07-Surface & interface diffraction

Added On: 15/11/2016 16:47


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Surfaces Physics Physical Chemistry Catalysis Chemistry Materials Science interfaces and thin films

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