Chemical bond formation showing a transition from physisorption to chemisorption

@article{Huber2019ChemicalBF,
  title={Chemical bond formation showing a transition from physisorption to chemisorption},
  author={F. Huber and Julian Berwanger and S. Polesya and S. Mankovsky and H. Ebert and F. Giessibl},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={366},
  pages={235 - 238}
}
  • F. Huber, Julian Berwanger, +3 authors F. Giessibl
  • Published 2019
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • Imaging a chemisorption process At low temperatures, a molecule may adsorb to a surface only through weak forces (physisorption), and only upon heating and overcoming an energetic barrier does it form a strong covalent bond (chemisorption). Huber et al. imaged this transition for an atomic force microscopy tip terminating in a carbon monoxide molecule. Although the oxygen atom of the tip is normally considered to act like a rare gas atom, interacting only through van der Waals interactions, at… CONTINUE READING
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