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Chemical bond formation showing a transition from physisorption to chemisorption

Huber, Ferdinand , Berwanger, Julian , Polesya, Svitlana, Mankovsky, Sergiy, Ebert, Hubert and Giessibl, Franz J. (2019) Chemical bond formation showing a transition from physisorption to chemisorption. Science 366 (6462), pp. 235-238.

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Surface molecules can transition from physisorption through weak van der Waals forces to a strongly bound chemisorption state by overcoming an energy barrier. We show that a carbon monoxide (CO) molecule adsorbed to the tip of an atomic force microscope enables a controlled observation of bond formation, including its potential transition from physisorption to chemisorption. During imaging of ...


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Item type:Article
Date:11 October 2019
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Institutions:Physics > Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics > Chair Professor Giessibl > Group Franz J. Giessibl
Projects:SFB 1277: Emergente relativistische Effekte in der Kondensierten Materie: Von grundlegenden Aspekten zu elektronischer Funktionalität
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Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Science > 530 Physics
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Item ID:40817
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