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1] for carboxyl (COOH) stretch vibration, (42), (43) indicate that most dodecanoic acid molecules have been chemisorbed on the surface and form salts with the metal or metal oxide.
Water molecules are chemisorbed (desorption energy of 96 MJ/kg mole) to a metal surface and have residence times on the order of 30 hours.
1] region originating from remaining physi- and chemisorbed water and silanol groups was observed in all the coated particle systems.
Modeling of these compounds in the gas and aqueous phases, as well as the chemisorbed species on the surface of silver, would enable the interpretation of their chemical structures by spectroscopists.
We have attributed this to the removal of physisorbed and chemisorbed water molecules.
Both of them are based on the ability to separate surfaces by forming relatively weak adsorbed or strong chemisorbed layers [4, 6, 9].
The amount of chemisorbed hydrogen was measured using the Micromeritics TPD-TPR 290 system.
Effect of surface area and chemisorbed oxygen on the S[O.
DMMP was found to be chemisorbed on the non-hydroxylated ZnO and CaO surfaces.
2002) investigated the mechanism of P solubility reduction in alum (aluminum sulfate) amended poultry litter using an x-ray absorption spectroscopy technique to identify P forms and found that P was mostly chemisorbed onto the surface of amorphous Al hydroxides, rather than precipitated as Al phosphate species.
Formation and in-situ modification of monolayers chemisorbed on ultra flat template-stripped gold surfaces.
The papers include an introduction to stimuli-responsive macromolecules and polymeric coatings and also cover synthetic aspects of stimuli-responsive polymers, including controlling chain topology, synthesizing terminally functionalized (co)polymers, synthesizing and applying polyelectrolyte brushes and polymer grafted layers, and tailoring thin polymer films chemisorbed into conducted surfaces by electrografting).
The terms chemisorption or chemisorbed layer are often used to describe the section remaining dominant for the next 10 to 20 molecular layers.
The Lopinski group demonstrated that chlorination of n-type H/Si(111) surfaces leads to a significant increase in the surface conductivity that can be attributed to the formation of a minority carrier channel resulting from the electron withdrawing nature of the chemisorbed chlorine.