By Martin Bögner, Theodor Doll (auth.), Theodor Doll (eds.)

ISBN-10: 144198612X

ISBN-13: 9781441986122

ISBN-10: 1461346479

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Scheme o/the MBRS method. 2. Suiface Reactions at Metal Oxides Relaxation Spectroscopy 43 Additionally the reaction of methane on a (1 (0) plane of Ga203 is calculated using the semiempirical MNDO-PM3 method. [3] 2. EXPERIMENTAL The reaction products of CH4 on Ga203 surfaces are studied using a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer (ToF-MS). The ToF-MS is part of a vacuum system, consisting of a preparation chamber with a gas inlet, a main UHV chamber with a solenoid gas valve in a differentially pumped system and a differentially pumped chamber for the ToF-MS.

Electroadsorptive Effict in Work Function Measurement: Dynamic Responses on NiO Thin Films in HSGFET Gas Sensors Exposed to Short Pulses ofN02. 1. -1-I-I 0 -15 4 -10 -50meV I -5 0 UG[V] I OmeV 5 10 15 50meV • Figure 14. Peak Amplitude Distribution and Fitted Band Bending ofthe Gas Response Versus Gate Control Voltage Takenfrom the Experiment in Figure 13. Second, the completeness of the curve in terms of a typical Fermi distribution shape is surprising if compared to the simulations given above.

207eV 7 8 9 Figure 4. TDS spectra of an CHrtreated sample. 56 eV. The HoF of the physisorption system (Fig. 16 eV. 27 eV . 05 eV lower compared to the energy of physisorption. 21 eV. The final energy gain after the formation of the COlan. 94 eV for the COlatt. system and of the chemisorbed position of CH3 • The calculation of the binding energy of the adsorbate on the cluster was performed by calculating the HoF as a function of the Ga-O bond length. Comparing the HoF of the original system and the system with the distant adsorbate yields the binding energy.

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