A LEED Study of CO and CO2 Adsorption on Mo (110)
The adsorption of CO and CO2 onto a Mo(110) surface has been studied by LEED techniques. CO2 is adsorbed in an amorphous layer. No pattern associated with a CO2 structure could be found in the temperature range 20° C to 1000°C. CO forms a complex structure on Mo(110) at 1000°C, indicating an activation energy requirement for structure formation. Changes in intensity resulting from the CO adsorption are given. A peak voltage shift resulting from CO adsorption is noted and briefly discussed.
Jackson, A. G.,
& Hooker, M. P.
(1967). A LEED Study of CO and CO2 Adsorption on Mo (110). Surface Science, 6 (3), 297-308.