Nitrogen emission process in the decomposition of nitrogen oxides on Pd(110); an angular and velocity distribution study

Ivan Kobal, Kazushi Kimura, Yuichi Ohno, Hideyuki Horino, Izabela Irena Rzeznicka, Tatsuo Matsushima

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Abstract

The decomposition of N2O and NO was studied on Pd(110) through analysis of the angular and velocity distributions of desorbing products in both thermal desorption and a steady-state NO+CO reaction by using cross-correlation time-of-flight techniques. The product N2 showed a highly inclined desorption and hyper-thermal energy in both decompositions, indicating a common intermediate. It was proposed that this peculiar desorption was due to the decomposition of aligned N2O(a).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1337-1342
Number of pages6
JournalStudies in Surface Science and Catalysis
Volume130 B
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes

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nitrogen oxides
Angular distribution
Nitrogen oxides
Velocity distribution
Nitrogen
angular distribution
velocity distribution
desorption
Decomposition
decomposition
nitrogen
Desorption
Thermal desorption
Carbon Monoxide
products
Thermal energy
thermal energy
cross correlation

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Nitrogen emission process in the decomposition of nitrogen oxides on Pd(110); an angular and velocity distribution study. / Kobal, Ivan; Kimura, Kazushi; Ohno, Yuichi; Horino, Hideyuki; Rzeznicka, Izabela Irena; Matsushima, Tatsuo.

In: Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, Vol. 130 B, 2000, p. 1337-1342.

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Kobal, Ivan ; Kimura, Kazushi ; Ohno, Yuichi ; Horino, Hideyuki ; Rzeznicka, Izabela Irena ; Matsushima, Tatsuo. / Nitrogen emission process in the decomposition of nitrogen oxides on Pd(110); an angular and velocity distribution study. In: Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 2000 ; Vol. 130 B. pp. 1337-1342.
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