Surface-adsorbed free radicals observed by positive-muon avoided-level-crossing resonance


HETEROGENEOUSLY catalysed reactions usually proceed at outer or inner surfaces of materials that have large and often non-uniform surface area. Many intermediates of such chemical transformations are short-lived and escape direct detection; such transient species may include free radicals. The structure, adsorption and surface dynamics of diamagnetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/345328a0


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