Estimating Bulk-Composition-Dependent H 2 Adsorption Energies on Cu x Pd 1– x Alloy (111) Surfaces

Jacob R. Boes, Gamze Gumuslu, James B. Miller, Andrew J. Gellman, John R. Kitchin
  • ACS Catalysis, February 2015, American Chemical Society (ACS)
  • DOI: 10.1021/cs501585k

Composition dependent alloy reactivity

What is it about?

The reactivity of an alloy changes with its composition. These changes are difficult to predict, and challenging to measure. We develop a novel approach to measure the reactivity of an alloy continuously as the composition changes. We couple this with a simple approach to modeling alloy reactivity as a function of composition.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cs501585k

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