The Synergy Between Dynamics and Reactivity at Clusters and Surfaces

The Synergy Between Dynamics and Reactivity at Clusters and Surfaces

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The analogy between the chemistry of molecular transition metal clusters and the processes of chemisorption and catalysis at metal surfaces (the Cluster Surface analogy) has for a number of years provided an interplay between experimental and theoretical inorganic and physical chemists. This collaborative approach has borne fruit in the use of well-defined modes of metal-ligand bonding in discrete molecular clusters, models for metal-ligand binding on surfaces. Some of the key topics discussed in this book are: mechanisms of the fluxional behaviour in clusters in the liquid phase and the connections with diffusion processes on extended surfaces, and the role of metal-metal bond breaking in diffusion; analogies in the structure of chemisorbed species and related ligands on metallic clusters; analogies between benzene surface chemistry on extended metal surfaces and on metal surfaces in molecular cluster compounds with particular reference to structural distortions; and the role of mobile precursors for dissociation of chemisorption on extended metals and on clusters.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 376 pages
  • 171.45 x 230 x 25.4mm | 810.98g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • index
  • 0792335228
  • 9780792335221

Table of contents

Can We Put the Cluster-Surface Analogy on a Sound Structural Basis? A.M. Bradshaw. An Atomic View of Diffusion on Metal Surfaces; G.L. Kellog. Dynamics of the Desorption of Carbon Monoxide from Size-Selected Supported Platinum Clusters; U. Heiz, R. Sherwood, D.M. Cox, A. Kaldor, J.T. Yates Jr. NMR Investigation of Binding of Aromatics at Catalytic Surfaces; C. Dybowski, M.A. Hepp. From Molecular Carbonyl Clusters to Supported Metal Particles; R. Giordano, E. Sappa, G. Predieri. Cluster Equilibria. Relevance to the Energetics and Reactivity of Surface Bound Fragments; T.P. Fehlner. Reactions and Dynamics of Ruthenium Clusters; K. Vrieze, C.J. Elsevier. Unusual Ligand Transformations and Rearrangements in Heterometallic Clusters; Y. Chi, S.-J. Chang, C.-J. Su. Hydride Mobility and its Relation to Structure and Reactivity in Polymetallic Clusters; E. Rosenberg. Structural Variations in Tetranuclear Platinum-Ruthenium Clusters; L.J. Farrugia, D. Ellis, A.M. Senior. Intramolecular Exchange in d 9 Metal Carbonyl Clusters; R. Roulet. Static and Dynamic Stereochemistry of the Organometallic Cluster Complexes [CpCo)3(mm3-Arene)]; H. Wadepohl. NMR Studies on the Dynamic Behaviour in Solution of Rhenium-Platinum Mixed Metal Clusters Containing P-Donor Ligands; T. Beringhelli, G.D. Alfonso, A.P. Minoja, R. Mynott. Organometallic Migrations over Clusters and Surfaces; M. J. McGlinchey, L. Girard, A. Decken. Structure, Melting and Reactivity of Nickel Clusters from Numerical Simulations; J. Jellinek, Z.B. Guvenc. Heterodox Bonding Effects between Transition Metal Atoms; S. Alvarez, P. Alemany, G. Aullon, A.A. Palacios, J.J. Novoa. Periodic Hartree-Fock Calculations of the Adsorption of Small Molecules on TiO2; C. Minot, A. Fahmi, J. Ahdjoudj. An Overview of the MO Architectures of Metal Clusters Using Graphic Tools; C. Mealli. Molecular Orbital Approach of Skeletal Isomerism and Polyhedral Rearrangements in some Organometallic Clusters; J.-Y. Saillard, M.T. Garland, S. Kahlal, J.-F. Halet. Some Old and New Redox Reactions of Polynuclear Organometallic Complexes; H. Vahrenkamp. Arene Cluster Compounds; B.F.G. Johnson. Silver and Gold Clusters Stabilized by Fe(CO)4 Ligands; F. Calderoni, M.C. Iapalucci, G. Longoni, U. Testoni. Reactions of Silylalkanes with Triosmium and Triruthenium Clusters; A.A. Koridze.
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