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A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.XI part II

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A number of factors influence the formation of facets including face-specific adsorption energies, the energy difference between kinks, steps, and terraces, substrate-mediated intermolecular interactions, and surface diffusion barriers. Recent studies of organic molecules adsorbed on lowindex surfaces have found that high-index facets can be formed with complex organic molecular adsorbates containing electronegative elements such as O and N atoms in their functional groups. In these systems, the energy gain, which drives the morphology change, could originate from the molecule–substrate interactions and substrate-mediated interadsorbate interactions, which stabilize the steps and kinks of the substrates.

2007) Angew. Chem. Int. , 46, 4492. V. (2002) Langmuir, 18, 3219. 61 Chen, Q. V. (2003) Nat. , 2, 324. 62 Blankenburg, S. G. (2007) Phys. Rev. , 99, 196107. E. J. (2002) Surf. , 519, 237. J. (2005) Surf. , 587, 69. 1 Introduction Even though the majority of industrially produced chemicals are based on processes that include at least one heterogeneously catalyzed step, the basic physical and chemical properties that govern the action of a particular catalyst are far from being understood. Surface science can play a major role in the elucidation of the molecular principles that govern reactions on catalyst surfaces.

To account for this, a detailed analysis of the tip shape is necessary, as it has been described in detail by Bowker et al. [5] as well as Klyachko and Chen [42], for the case of C60 molecules on Ge(1 0 0) and Si(1 0 0). But even if we were able to overcome these geometric distortions by estimating the tip shape and explicitly including it in the particle size calculations, a second and more important problem will come into play. 11, renders the tunneling process rather difficult. We are now facing a junction of metal–oxide–metal–vacuum–metal type and a number of effects have to be considered.

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