Locating the Precise Reaction Path: Methane Dissociation on Platinum

News   Jan 04, 2018 | Original Story from the American Institute of Physics.

 
Locating the Precise Reaction Path: Methane Dissociation on Platinum

The Pt(211) surface has three-atom-wide terraces and one-atom-high steps. The researchers labeled the row of atoms on the step edge as “step” (red), the middle row as “terrace” (black) and the final row as “corner” (gray). Credit: Han Guo.

 
 
 

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