Dresden 2011 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 60: Poster Session IV (Solid/liquid interfaces; Semiconductors; Oxides and insulators; Graphene; Plasmonics and nanooptics; Electronic Structure; Surface chemical reactions; Heterogeneous catalysis)

Mittwoch, 16. März 2011, 17:30–21:00, P4

17:30 O 60.1 Investigation of the growth of thin Ionic Liquid films on Au(111) and HOPG — •Marcel Marschewski, Evgenij Pachomov, Oliver Höfft, Wolfgang Maus-Friedrichs, and Frank Endres
17:30 O 60.2 Potential dependent structural transition of heptyl viologen on Cu(100) studied by in situ STM and IRRAS — •Melanie Röefzaad, Min Jiang, and Klaus Wandelt
17:30 O 60.3 Phase transitions of adsorbed viologen monolayers in the presence and absence of specifically adsorbed halides — •Knud Gentz, Min Jiang, and Klaus Wandelt
17:30 O 60.4 Tunneling Current Driven Electrodeposition of Metals onto n-Si(111):H — •Sebastian Jakob and Werner Schindler
17:30 O 60.5 Ionic Liquid on Cu(100) studied by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy — •Ellen Fischermeier and Thomas Fauster
17:30 O 60.6 Copper electrodeposition and additives: from underpotential deposition to bulk growth — •Yuriy Yanson, Joost Frenken, and Marcel Rost
17:30 O 60.7 EC-STM investigation of self-organized Porphyrin layers on an iodide-modified Au(111) surface — •Tomasz Kosmala, Michael Schneider, Aleksander Krupski, and Klaus Wandelt
17:30 O 60.8 Fast switching of the electrochromism in thin films of a perfluoroalkyl-substituted phthalocyanineStefanie Nagel, Martin Lener, •André Dragässer, Robert Gerdes, Sergiu Gorun, and Derck Schlettwein
17:30 O 60.9 Density functional calculation of electronic surface structure and Fe adsorption on ZnO (0001) and (0001) — •Sougata Pal, Torben Jasper-Toennies, Michael Hack, and Eckhard Pehlke
17:30 O 60.10 Different bandstructures of for- and backward buckled π-bonded chains of the Si(111)-2×1 surface reconstruction revealed by STS-measurements — •Karolin Löser, Martin Wenderoth, Thomas K. A. Spaeth, and Rainer G. Ulbrich
17:30 O 60.11 STM characterization of MOVPE-prepared silicon surfacesPeter Kleinschmidt, Sebastian Brückner, •Johannes Luczak, Oliver Supplie, Anja Dobrich, Henning Döscher, and Thomas Hannappel
17:30 O 60.12 Thermal stability of thin HfO2 films on plasma nitrided Si(100) — •Katharina Skaja, Frank Schönbohm, Daniel Weier, Ulf Berges, and Carsten Westphal
17:30 O 60.13 Adsorption of metalorganic molecules on metal-semiconductor systems — •Christian Brand, Jȩdrzej Schmeidel, Wei Chen, Christoph Tegenkamp, and Herbert Pfnür
17:30 O 60.14 Investigation of Bis(phthalocyaninato)lutetium(III) on HOPG by STM, STS and DFT — •Lars Smykalla, Pavel Shukrynau, Marius Toader, and Michael Hietschold
17:30 O 60.15 Surface photovoltage investigation of gold chains on Si(111) by two-photon photoemission — •Sebastian Otto, Kerstin Biedermann, and Thomas Fauster
17:30 O 60.16 C2 inclusion by C60 in thin films deposited on HOPGSeyithan Ulas, Dmitry Strelnikov, Daniel Löffler, Patrick Weis, •Artur Böttcher, and Manfred M. Kappes
17:30 O 60.17 Cs activated C58 → C60 conversion in thin filmsSeyithan Ulas, Dmitry Strelnikov, Daniel Löffler, Patrick Weis, •Artur Böttcher, and Manfred M. Kappes
17:30 O 60.18 Photocatalytic CO2 reduction on dye sensitized TiO2 — •Leo Pöttinger and Thomas Bürgi
17:30 O 60.19 III-V semiconductors for photoelectrochemical applications: surface preparation and characterization — •Dominic Fertig, Birgit Schächner, Wofram Calvet, Bernhard Kaiser, and Wolfram Jaegermann
17:30 O 60.20 The growth of ultra thin Praseodymia oxide films on boron-passivated Si(111) surfaces — •Henrik Wilkens, Alexander Knobeler, Sebastian Gevers, Nina Jeppesen, Daniel Bruns, Thomas Weisemoeller, and Joachim Wollschläger
17:30 O 60.21 Optical Second-Harmonic Generation at the GaP/Si(001) interface — •Kristina Klass, Johannes Reimann, Gerson Mette, Wolfgang Stolz, Kerstin Volz, and Ulrich Höfer
17:30 O 60.22 Electron pair emission from NiO(100) — •Changhui Li, Lucie Behnke, Frank O. Schumann, and Jürgen Kirschner
17:30 O 60.23 The chemisorption of hydrogen molecules on CaO films — •Sebastian Dahle, Henning Munkert, and Wolfgang Maus-Friedrichs
17:30 O 60.24 Ab initio calculations on the adsorption energy of NO on TiO2(110) — •Marie Arndt and Thorsten Klüner
17:30 O 60.25 Organic Molecules on Wide-Gap Insulating Surfaces from First-Principles — •Wei Chen, Karthiga Kantasamy, Christoph Tegenkamp, and Herbert Pfnür
17:30 O 60.26 LEED I(V) analysis of CO and N2 physisorption on the NaCl(100) surface — •Jochen Vogt and Helmut Weiss
17:30 O 60.27 LEED and FTIR spectroscopy studies of CO2 adsorption at NaF(100) — •Stephan Härtel, Anne Möller, Jochen Vogt, and Helmut Weiss
17:30 O 60.28 Luminescence of PTCDA on epitaxial KCl films on Ag(100)M. Müller, •A. Paulheim, C. Marquardt, and M. Sokolowski
17:30 O 60.29 FUNCTIONALIZATION OF THE TIO_2 (110) SURFACE BY TEREPHTHALIC ACID TOWARD THE MOF GROWTH — •Michael Naboka, Alexei Nefedov, and Christof Wöll
17:30 O 60.30 FUNCTIONALIZATION OF THE TIO2 (110) SURFACE BY TEREPHTHALIC ACID TOWARD THE MOF GROWTH — •Michael Naboka, Alexei Nefedov, and Christof Wöll
17:30 O 60.31 Growth of Co-Salen on NiO(001) at submonolayer coverages: A non-contact atomic force microscopy study — •Josef Grenz, Alexander Schwarz, Johannes Hattendorff, and Roland Wiesendanger
17:30 O 60.32 Distinction of the SrTiO3/NdGaO3 surface termination by phase resolved Second Harmonic Generation — •Thomas Fink, Andrea Rubano, Tim Günter, Domenico Paparo, Carmela Aruta, Fabio Miletto Granozio, Umberto Scotti Di Uccio, Lorenzo Marrucci, and Manfred Fiebig
17:30 O 60.33 Growth mode, morphology, and reducibility of CeO2(111) thin films on Cu(111)Filip Dvořák, Oleksandr Stetsovych, Michael Steger, El Miloudi Cherradi, Iva Matolínová, Natalya Tsud, Michal Škoda, Tomáš Skála, •Josef Mysliveček, and Vladimír Matolín
17:30 O 60.34 Growth and electronic structure of MgO1−xNx on Mo(001) investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy — •Martin Grob, Christian Pauly, Mike Pezzotta, Marco Pratzer, and Markus Morgenstern
17:30 O 60.35 Photoelectron spectroscpoy of ultrathin epitaxial rare earth oxides on silicon — •Dominik Schwendt and Hans Jörg Osten
17:30 O 60.36 PTCDA monolayer growth on epitaxial graphene — •Matthias Meißner, Bernd Schröter, and Torsten Fritz
17:30 O 60.37 EELS study of epitaxial graphene/Ni(111) and graphene/Au/Ni(111) — •Alexander Generalov, Konstantin Simonov, Karsten Horn, and Yuriy Dedkov
17:30 O 60.38 Electronic scattering at defects in graphene investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy — •Marco Pratzer, Alexander Georgi, Viktor Geringer, Christian Pauly, Dinesh Subramaniam, Torge Mashoff, Marcus Liebmann, and Markus Morgenstern
17:30 O 60.39 Vibrational spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen adsorbed on graphene — •Hyunil Kim, Thorsten Balgar, and Eckart Hasselbrink
17:30 O 60.40 Micro Four-Point-Probe Conductivity Measurements on Graphene — •Edward Perkins, Bjarke Jørgensen, Liv Hornekaer, and Philip Hofmann
17:30 O 60.41 Growth of uniaxial graphene nanostructures by self-assembly — •Jens Baringhaus, Thomas Langer, Herbert Pfnür, and Christoph Tegenkamp
17:30 O 60.42 Growth of Graphene on Ir(100) — •Pascal Ferstl, Matthias Gubo, Lutz Hammer, and M. Alexander Schneider
17:30 O 60.43 Inhomogeneous electronic properties of monolayer graphene on Ru(0001) — •Mike Gyamfi, Thomas Eelbo, Marta Waśniowska, and Roland Wiesendanger
17:30 O 60.44 Controlled fabrication of nanocrystalline graphene films on insulating substrates — •Nils-Eike Weber, Rainer Stosch, Armin Gölzhäuser, and Andrey Turchanin
17:30 O 60.45 Mechanically stacked 1 nm thick carbon nanosheets: 2D layered materials with tunable optical, chemical and electrical propertiesChristoph Nottbohm, Andrey Turchanin, André Beyer, Rainer Stosch, •Matthias Büenfeld, Andreas Winter, and Armin Gölzhäuser
17:30 O 60.46 An analytical approach to the spectrum of π electrons in bilayer graphene nanoribbons and nanotubes — •Julius Ruseckas, Gediminas Juzeliunas, and Igor Zozoulenko
17:30 O 60.47 Electronic and structural properties of hydrogen-intercalated monolayer graphene on SiC(0001) — •Stiven Forti, Camilla Coletti, Konstantin Emtsev, Dong Su Lee, Alexei Zakharov, Jurgen H. Smet, and Ulrich Starke
17:30 O 60.48 Kelvin probe and atomic force microscopy of pristine and irradiated graphene sheets — •Oliver Ochedowski, Benedict Kleine Bußmann, Sevilay Akcöltekin, and Marika Schleberger
17:30 O 60.49 Graphene and graphene nanodots on Ir(111) — •Andreas Zusan, Philipp Leicht, Muriel Sicot, Mikhail Fonin, Yuriy S. Dedkov, and Karsten Horn
17:30 O 60.50 Local electronic structure of graphene on SiC(0001) studied by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy — •Thomas Druga, Martin Wenderoth, and Rainer G. Ulbrich
17:30 O 60.51 Production Nitrogen Doped Graphene on Ni(111) Surface — •Wei Zhao, Junfa Zhu, Oliver Höfert, Karin Gotterbarm, Christian Papp, and Hans-Peter Steinrück
17:30 O 60.52 Ambipolar doping in quasi-free epitaxial graphene on SiC(0001) controlled by Ge intercalation — •Konstantin Emtsev, Alexei Zakharov, Camilla Coletti, Stiven Forti, and Ulrich Starke
17:30 O 60.53 YIELD and Kelvin probe study of graphene — •Samir Mammadov, Jürgen Ristein, and Thomas Seyller
17:30 O 60.54 Self-assembly of Pt, Ru and bimetallic PtRu clusters on Ru(0001) supported monolayer graphene — •Albert K. Engstfeld, Christoph U. Lorenz, Ottavio B. Alves, Harry E. Hoster, and R. Jürgen Behm
17:30 O 60.55 Intrinsic Voltage Rectification in a Graphene Nano Device — •Robert Göckeritz, Jörg Pezoldt, and Frank Schwierz
17:30 O 60.56 Raman spectroscopy of quasi-freestanding monolayer graphene — •Felix Fromm, Florian Speck, Martin Hundhausen, and Thomas Seyller
17:30 O 60.57 Gas permeation in graphenoid nanomembranes — •Nils Mellech, Xianghui Zhang, Elina Oberländer, André Beyer, Edgar Hansjosten, Roland Dittmeyer, and Armin Gölzhäuser
17:30 O 60.58 Experimental indication of quantum mechanical effects in surface enhanced IR-spectroscopy? — •Jörg Bochterle, Frank Neubrech, Annemarie Pucci, Dominik Enders, and Tadaaki Nagao
17:30 O 60.59 Infrared optical properties of gold nanoantenna arrays — •Daniel Weber, Frank Neubrech, Han Gui, Dominik Enders, Tadaaki Nagao, and Annemarie Pucci
17:30 O 60.60 Cutting gold nanoantennas by focused ion beams — •Daniel Weber, Frank Neubrech, Han Gui, Dominik Enders, Tadaaki Nagao, and Annemarie Pucci
17:30 O 60.61 Modelling of Optical Nanoantennas for Nonlinear Spectroscopy — •Daniela Ullrich, Thorsten Schumacher, Harald Gießen, and Markus Lippitz
17:30 O 60.62 Optical properties of gold nanorings prepared by different lithography methods — •Yuliya Fulmes, Kai Braun, Christian Schäfer, Andreas Horrer, Dominik Gollmer, Dai Zhang, Alfred Meixner, Dieter Kern, and Monika Fleischer
17:30 O 60.63 SEIRS with gold nanoantennas towards health diagnosticsFrank Neubrech, Daniel Weber, Jörg Bochterle, Wolfgang Petrich, •Annemarie Pucci, Javier Aizpurua, Enzo Di Fabrizio, and Marc Lamy De La Chapelle
17:30 O 60.64 Volume plasmon modes in Ag@Au core-shell nanoparticlesKatja Höflich, Aliaksei Dubavik, Nikolei Gaponik, Silke Christiansen, Alexander Eychmüller, Lukas M. Eng, and •Thomas Härtling
17:30 O 60.65 Fabrication and Application of Nanostructured Substrates for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy — •Sabrina Darmawi, Limei Chen, Torsten Henning, and Peter J. Klar
17:30 O 60.66 Quantum-size effects on the dielectric response of metal clusters — •Koray Koksal, Yaroslav Pavlyukh, and Jamal Berakdar
17:30 O 60.67 Observing optical transitions inside an STM junction: a study on field emission resonances and molecular wires — •Gunnar Schulze, Thomas Sirtl, Marten Piantek, Jingcheng Li, Katharina Franke, and Jose Ignacio Pascual
17:30 O 60.68 Leakage radiation microscopy of surface plasmons — •Jörg Schmauder, Michael Lutz, Stephen Riedel, Paul Leiderer, Elke Scheer, and Johannes Boneberg
17:30 O 60.69 Calculation of the Equilibrium Electron Density of Plasmonic Nanostructures — •Timo Köllner, Kurt Busch, and Jens Niegemann
17:30 O 60.70 Kerr-microscopy of magnetic nanostructures — •Christian Dicken, Klas Lindfors, Mario Hentschel, and Markus Lippitz
17:30 O 60.71 Development of a Raman Correlation Spectroscopy Experiment — •Aude Barbara, Tomas Lopez-Rios, Pascal Quémerais, Martin Helfrich, and Lukas Eng
17:30 O 60.72 Surface plasmon polariton induced electronic transport through metallic nanostructures — •Daniel Benner, Matthias Bädicker, Johann Berres, Reimar Waitz, Johannes Boneberg, Paul Leiderer, and Elke Scheer
17:30 O 60.73 Gold nanocones for Raman-based biosensing — •Christian Schäfer, Katharina Broch, Yuliya Fulmes, Dominik Gollmer, Frank Schreiber, Dieter Kern, and Monika Fleischer
17:30 O 60.74 Parallel methods for the fabrication of gold nanocones — •Andreas Horrer, Christian Schäfer, Yuliya Fulmes, Dominik Gollmer, Monika Fleischer, and Dieter Kern
17:30 O 60.75 Coupled exciton-plasmon modes in metal-dye hybrid systems — •Sabine Auer, David Leipold, and Erich Runge
17:30 O 60.76 Low dimensional plasmons in Ag-nanowires grown on Si (557) — •Ulrich Krieg, Christoph Tegenkamp, and Herbert Pfnür
17:30 O 60.77 Plasmon propagation in structural and dieletric controlled gold films probed by phase-resolved PEEM — •Christoph Lemke, Till Leißner, Christian Schneider, Martin Aeschlimann, and Michael Bauer
17:30 O 60.78 Plasmonic Nanocones — •Dominik Gollmer, Christian Schäfer, Yuliya Fulmes, Andreas Horrer, Dieter Kern, and Monika Fleischer
17:30 O 60.79 Tuning resonant infrared antennas with phase change materials — •Kathrin Schönauer, Jens Richter, Xinghui Yin, Jón Mattis Hoffmann, and Thomas Taubner
17:30 O 60.80 Time-Resolved Near-Field Microscopy of Acoustic Vibrations — •Matthias Brandstetter, Ralf Vogelgesang, and Markus Lippitz
17:30 O 60.81 Imprinting the optical near field of single and monolayered micro spheres into phase-change films — •Paul Kühler, Jan Siegel, Javier García de Abajo, Andreas Kolloch, Philipp Leiprecht, Johannes Boneberg, and Paul Leiderer
17:30 O 60.82 Fabrication and application of core-shell nanorod structures — •Vera Hoffmann, René Kullock, Mathias Böhm, Gunther Scheunert, and Lukas M. Eng
17:30 O 60.83 Improving SHG Calculations with 3D Curved Elements in the Discontinuous Galerkin Method — •Andreas Hille, Rene Kullock, Alexander Haußmann, Stefan Grafström, and Lukas M. Eng
17:30 O 60.84 Dependence of the photochromic transformation of TiOx- and ZrOx-embedded Ag nanoparticles on the photon energy of the irradiating lightHendrik Holzapfel, Alexander Sprafke, Florian Hallermann, •Nils Becker, Melanie Meixner, Matthias Wuttig, and Gero von Plessen
17:30 O 60.85 Calculation of up-conversion signal of Er3+ ions near gold nanospheres — •Florian Hallermann, Stefan Fischer, Jan Christoph Goldschmidt, and Gero von Plessen
17:30 O 60.86 Near-and farfield investigations of individual sub-nanometre plasmonic gap resonances — •Florian Schertz, Reza Mohammadi, Marcus Schmelzeisen, Hans-Joachim Elmers, Gerd Schönhense, and Max Kreiter
17:30 O 60.87 Plasmonic Collimation of near-IR Laser Diodes — •Xinghui Yin, Thomas Taubner, and Peter Loosen
17:30 O 60.88 Probing subwavelength plasmonic components from the far field — •Jing Wen, Arian Kriesch, Daniel Ploss, Peter Banzer, and Ulf Peschel
17:30 O 60.89 Plasmonic antennas and wireless interconnects on a subwavelength scale — •Daniel Ploss, Arian Kriesch, Jing Wen, and Ulf Peschel
17:30 O 60.90 Towards the realization of an efficient nanoantenna — •Reto Giannini, Patrick Leidenberger, Christian Hafner, and Jörg F. Löffler
17:30 O 60.91 Structural changes of percolated metal films by laser irradiationChristian Maasem, •Daniela Schneevoigt, Florian Hallermann, and Gero von Plessen
17:30 O 60.92 Investigations on laser-beam immobilised gold nanoparticles — •Falko Brögger, Ninet Babajani, Malte Linn, and Gero von Plessen
17:30 O 60.93 Second Harmonic Generation and Two Photon Photoemission from Cs on Cu(111) — •Mariusz Pazgan, Cheng-Tien Chiang, Aimo Winkelmann, and Jürgen Kirschner
17:30 O 60.94 Investigation of spin-polarized electron transmission through Co/C/Co tunnel junctions — •Felix Huerkamp, Bernd Stärk, Peter Krüger, and Johannes Pollmann
17:30 O 60.95 Electronic States of Polar and Non-polar Surfaces within the Quasiparticle Approach — •Abderrezak Belabbes and Friedhelm Bechstedt
17:30 O 60.96 Defects in amorphous silica : from density functional to many-body perturbation theory — •David Waroquiers, Matteo Giantomassi, Martin Stankovski, Gian-Marco Rignanese, and Xavier Gonze
17:30 O 60.97 H-Adsorption and surface resonances on Pd and Pt — •Alexander Menzel, Peter Amann, Michael Cordin, Erminald Bertel, Josef Redinger, Sebastian Stolwijk, Karen Zumbrägel, and Markus Donath
17:30 O 60.98 Field Emission Resonances on the Quasi One-Dimensional Si(111)5x2-Au Reconstruction — •Stefan Polei, Ingo Barke, Kristian Sell, Viola von Oeynhausen, and Karl-Heinz Meiwes-Broer
17:30 O 60.99 (contribution withdrawn) Energy-filtered PEEM at ferroelectric nanostructures: Fingerprints of the ferroelectric polarization in the electronic structure of PbZr0.52Ti0.48O3 — •Ingo P. Krug, Nick Barrett, Astrid Besmehn, Alessio Morelli, Ayan Roy Chaudhuri, Ionela Vrejoiu, Marten Patt, Olivier Renault, Fausto Sirotti, and Claus M. Schneider
17:30 O 60.100 Development of an impurity-embedding code based on the Korringa-Kohn-Rostoker (KKR) Green function method — •David Bauer, Phivos Mavropoulos, Rudolf Zeller, and Stefan Blügel
17:30 O 60.101 Angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy of strained SrRuO3 thin films — •Arndt Quer, Erik Kröger, Matthias Kalläne, Adrian Petraru, Rohit Soni, Hermann Kohlstedt, Lutz Kipp, and Kai Rossnagel
17:30 O 60.102 Theoretical approach to adatom structures on semiconductor surfaces: Ab-initio studies and explicit many-body extensions. — •Sergej Schuwalow and Frank Lechermann
17:30 O 60.103 The plasma treatment of Titanium in Oxygen, Nitrogen, Argon and air studied with MIES, UPS and XPS — •René Gustus, Sebastian Dahle, and Wolfgang Maus-Friedrichs
17:30 O 60.104 An Overview of Methanol Reactions on Ru based Catalyst Surfaces under UHV Conditions — •Pawel Gazdzicki and Peter Jakob
17:30 O 60.105 In-situ alkylation reaction of two ionic liquids studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) — •Inga Niedermaier, Claudia Kolbeck, Florian Maier, Nicola Taccardi, Peter Wasserscheid, and Hans-Peter Steinrück
17:30 O 60.106 Investigations of different techniques for oxygen termination of ultrananocrystalline diamond films — •Alexandra Voss, Hermann Koch, Cyril Popov, and Johann Peter Reithmaier
17:30 O 60.107 Conductivity of nano-porous Titania (TiO2) during UV-illumination — •Thomas Kriesche and Thomas Bürgi
17:30 O 60.108 Spectroscopic Identification of initial decomposition mechanism of Prenal on a Platinum Model Catalyst — •Jan Haubrich, David Loffreda, Francoise Delbecq, Philippe Sautet, Yvette Jugnet, Conrad Becker, and Klaus Wandelt
17:30 O 60.109 Monitoring and adjusting the temperature of ultra-thin metal catalysts in situ — •Ievgen Nedrygailov, Kevin Stella, Cordelia Soostmeyer, Eckart Hasselbrink, and Detlef Diesing
17:30 O 60.110 Photoinduced CO oxidation by association with defect-bound atomic oxygen on thin MgO films — •Philipp Giese, Harald Kirsch, Christian Frischkorn, and Martin Wolf
17:30 O 60.111 Selforganization in ultrathin, K-promoted V-oxide layers on Rh(111) during the O2+H2 reaction. — •Martin Hesse, Fernando Sotoca Usina, and Ronald Imbihl
17:30 O 60.112 Chemical trends in the metal-substrate interaction for adsorbed Pt atoms — •Chong Gao and Axel Groß
17:30 O 60.113 Cluster chemistry in the gas phase: a new approach for laser spectroscopy — •Kathrin Lange, Bradley Robert Visser, Martin Tschurl, Ulrich Kaspar Heiz, and Ulrich Boesl-von Grafenstein
17:30 O 60.114 Experimental setup of a time-of-flight mass spectrometer for reaction product detection in heterogeneous catalysis — •Andreas Winbauer, Martin Tschurl, Josef Kiermaier, and Ulrich Kaspar Heiz
17:30 O 60.115 First-Principles Calculations of Hydrogen Generation Due to Water Splitting on Polar GaN Surface — •Po-Tuan Chen
17:30 O 60.116 In-situ spectroscopic investigation of adsorption and reaction of pyridine molecules on Pt surfaces — •Claudia Wöckel, Kristina Fischer, Andre Dorsch, Sandra Wickert, Regine Streber, Hans-Peter Steinrück, and Reinhard Denecke
17:30 O 60.117 Solar2Fuel: XPS and TPD characterization of functionalized TiO2 surfaces for photocatalytic reduction of CO2 — •Florian Staier, Michael Grunze, and Michael Zharnikov
17:30 O 60.118 Gold-containing model catalysts studied with in-situ XPS — •Martina Pistor, Karifala Dumbuya, Ole Lytken, Lorenz Ringel, Jörg Michael Gottfried, and Hans-Peter Steinrück
17:30 O 60.119 Investigation of new Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells — •Roy Mbua, Ulricke Kramm, Klaus Mueller, Matthias Richter, Karsten Henkel, Ioanna Paloumpa, and Dieter Schmeisser
17:30 O 60.120 Methanol synthesis over binary Cu/ZnO surfaces: exploration of energy surfaces for determining adsorption sites for CO2 — •luis martínez suárez, johannes frenzel, bernd meyer, and dominik marx
17:30 O 60.121 Ceria promoted CO oxidation on Pt(111): Oxygen-spillover and active border conceptStefan Becker, •Kathleen Müller, Rafal Wróbel, and Helmut Weiss
17:30 O 60.122 Hydrogen adsorption on RuO2(110) — •Bianca Eifert, Christian Heiliger, Jan Philipp Hofmann, Herbert Over, and Ari Paavo Seitsonen
17:30 O 60.123 Spectroscopic and microscopic characterization of potential catalysts for the hydrogenation of CO2 — •David Hoffmannbeck, Matthias Richter, Matthias Städter, Ioanna Paloumpa, Karsten Henkel, and Dieter Schmeißer
17:30 O 60.124 Reduction of Thin NiO Films by Carbon Monoxide — •Oliver Höfert, Wei Zhao, Karin Gotterbarm, Andreas Bayer, Junfa Zhu, Christian Papp, and Hans-Peter Steinrück
17:30 O 60.125 Nucleation, growth and thermal behaviour of Au and Cu-clusters on ZnO — •Dietmar Rother, Martin Kroll, and Ulrich Köhler
17:30 O 60.126 CO oxidation reaction on thin mesoporous Au/TiO2 layers — •Matthias Roos, Dominique Böcking, Kwabena Offeh Gyimah, Gabriela Kucerova, Joachim Bansmann, Nicola Hüsing, and R. Jürgen Behm
17:30 O 60.127 HR-EELS studies on zinc oxide powders samples — •Sebastian Frey, Martin Kroll, Dietmar Rother, and Ulrich Köhler
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