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Title 435th Brookhaven Lecture
Author Nicholas Camillone III
Publisher Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
Release Date 2008
Language English

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Subject Area Physics
Abstract "Crossing Interfacial Frontiers: Surface Chemical Dynamics at the Temporal and Spatial Limit." Surface chemical reactions have been used successfully to remove environmental pollutants, fabricate microelectronics, and produce vital chemicals such as fertilizer, fuel and food. But understanding the chemical dynamics of these reactions is limited, and the ability to study real-time surface chemistry is just being developed. Camillone discusses recent results of studies of the oxidation of carbon monoxide on the surface of palladium, which have resulted in new insights into molecule-molecule and molecule-surface interactions.


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