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Chapter 27

Dissociative Chemisorption of Hydrogen Chloride at Cu(110): Atom-Resolved Time-Dependent Evidence for Transient States in the Formation of the “Final State” Stable Chloride Overlayer

The dissociative chemisorption of hydrogen chloride at Cu(110) has been studied by scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) with emphasis given to the isolation of transient states in the formation of the chloride overlayer. There is atom-resolved evidence at 295 K for a transition from disorder to an o...

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