State-resolved reactivity and bond-selective control of methane on Ni(111).

Chen, Nan.


  • Abstract: State-resolved reactivity is particularly useful to uncover the energy flow details in gas-surface reactions. Here, we combine supersonic molecular beam techniques and laser excitation to characterize the mode- and bond-specific reactivity of methane on a Ni(111) surface. Our results reveal important details about the effect of vibrational mode and symmetry on the reactivity of this ... read more
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