Pseudomorphic monolayers can be formed on single-crystal substrates by the deposition of palladium. Depending on the lattice parameters of the substrate, the palladium monolayer is compressed or dilated, effects which alter its properties, for example, the adsorption of hydrogen or the electrooxidation of formic acid. The changes in these properties can be studied electrochemically.
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