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CHEMISORPTION AND CORROSION AT THE METAL HALOGEN INTERFACE - OVERLAYER GROWTH AND COMPOUND FORMATION BY BROMINE ON CR(100)

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The interaction of bromine with Cr(100) has been studied in the regime 300-1300 K and over a wide range of coverage. The initial reaction results in the formation of an overlayer which exhibits a continuous series of compression structures whose end members are c(2 × 2) and c(2 × 4). The sticking probability of Br2 remains constant at 0.9 ± 0.1 during this process. Beyond this stage, nucleation and growth of CrBr2 commences at a rate which is ten times slower than that of the initial chemisor...

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LAMBERT, R More by this author
Journal:
SURFACE SCIENCE
Volume:
134
Issue:
3
Pages:
689-702
Publication date:
1983
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ISSN:
0039-6028
URN:
uuid:2ffb0e8a-ef8d-468c-a333-ca0e7ce4a708
Source identifiers:
42203
Local pid:
pubs:42203
Language:
English

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