Ammonia and water physisorption on a H-passivated Si(111) surface: a study of admolecule motions

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Recent results on the stability of adsorption sites and on the equilibrium configuration of NH3 and H2O molecules adsorbed on H-terminated Si(111) are used to determine the translational and orientational motions of these admolecules. The analysis of the corresponding quantum levels is a preliminary and necessary step for a further study of the dynamical processes connected to the sticking, surface diffusion and desorption of these molecules. First results allow us to discuss some aspects of the adsorption-desorption mechanisms. © 1992.

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Picaud, S., Ramseyer, C., Hoang, P. N. M., & Girardet, C. (1992). Ammonia and water physisorption on a H-passivated Si(111) surface: a study of admolecule motions. Surface Science, 272(1–3), 172–181. https://doi.org/10.1016/0039-6028(92)91435-E

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