In Situ Surface X-Ray Scattering of Metal Monolayers Adsorbed at Solid-Liquid Interfaces
PUERTO RICO UNIV RIO PIEDRAS DEPT OF PHYSICS
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The structure of the solid-liquid interface is of fundamental importance in chemistry, but progress in understanding this interface has been slow, due to the lack of in-situ probes that provide information at atomic scales. Recently, in-situ surface X-ray scattering measurements have provided insight into the microscopic nature of solid-liquid interfaces and this paper will discuss experiments on electrochemically deposited monolayers of Pb, T1, and Bi on Ag and Au 111 electrodes.
- Physical Chemistry