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Hot surface activation of molecular complexes

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posted on 2017-10-14, 16:31 authored by gloria tabacchigloria tabacchi, Ettore Fois, Eugenio Tondello, Davide Barreca, Alberto Gasparotto
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1)Green open access version (author version) of the paper:
"“Hot” Surface Activation of Molecular Complexes: Insight from Modeling Studies", published in: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2010, 49: 1944–1948, doi:10.1002/anie.200907312   
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Abstract of the paper: 
Theoretical modeling of the first activation stages of a Cu complex on top of a heated surface (750 K) revealed two mobility regimes, a slow diffusion over the surface and a fast rolling motion accompanied by significant temperature-induced bonds oscillations. This study enables a deeper insight into high-temperature molecular activation processes on oxide surfaces.

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MIUR-PRIN-2007 project “Microscopic features of chemical reactivity”, CNR-INSTM PROMO and CARIPARO Foundation within the project “Multi-layer optical devices based on inorganic and hybrid materials by innovative synthetic strategies”


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