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Segregation of enantiomers in two-dimensional adsorbed layers is a process that is usually controlled by anisotropic directional interactions between adsorbed molecules. In this contribution, we propose a simple theoretical model in which the chiral segregation occurs even though the lateral interactions are neglected. In particular, we consider a solid… (More)
In this article we study the effect of energetic heterogeneity of a crystalline surface on the adsorption of hydrogen ions (protons) from the liquid phase. In particular, we examine the influence of the shape of the adsorption energy distribution on the equilibrium isotherms of hydrogen ions. To that purpose, a few popular distribution functions, including… (More)
Adsorption of protons on a heterogeneous solid surface is modeled using the Monte Carlo (MC) simulation method. The surface of an oxide is assumed to consist of adsorption sites with pK assigned according to a quasi-Gaussian distribution. The influence of the electrostatic interactions combined with the energetic heterogeneity of the surface is examined and… (More)