Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 55: Metal Oxide Surfaces III: Adsorption and Reactivity

Mittwoch, 3. April 2019, 15:00–17:45, H5

  15:00 O 55.1 The contribution has been withdrawn.
15:15 O 55.2 Carboxylic acids on magnetite surfaces: insights from DFT — •Kai Sellschopp, Björn Arndt, Marcus Creutzburg, Heshmat Noei, Andreas Stierle, Stefan Müller, and Gregor Vonbun-Feldbauer
15:30 O 55.3 Adsorption of Carboxylic Acids on Magnetite Single Crystal Surfaces — •Marcus Creutzburg, Heshmat Noei, Björn Arndt, Vedran Vonk, Elin Grånäs, Kai Sellschopp, Gregor Vonbun-Feldbauer, and Andreas Stierle
15:45 O 55.4 Adsorption of molecules on KTaO3 (001) and their coupling to the 2D electron gas — •Zhichang Wang, Igor Sokolovic, Michael Schmid, Martin Setvin, and Ulrike Diebold
16:00 O 55.5 Acetone on Rutile TiO2: Studying Adsorption via DFT and FTIRSTim Würger, Kai Sellschopp, Wolfgang Heckel, Yuemin Wang, Heshmat Noei, Andreas Stierle, Stefan Müller, and •Gregor Feldbauer
16:15 O 55.6 Water and methanol adsorption on vicinal ZnO — •Elin Grånäs, Björn Arndt, Michael Busch, Fredrik Johansson, Christoph Seitz, Konstantin Simonov, Michael Wagstaffe, Anders Sandell, Henrik Grönbeck, and Andreas Stierle
  16:30 O 55.7 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:45 O 55.8 STM Reveals the Mechanism of Anatase (001) Nanocatalyst Activation — •William DeBenedetti and Melissa Hines
17:00 O 55.9 CH-Bond Activation via electronically excited SO2 on TiO2-Anatase-(101) and -Rutile-(110).Ab Initio Electronic Structure Investigation — •Luca Gerhards and Thorsten Klüner
17:15 O 55.10 (Photo-)oxidation Studies on Titania Rutile(110) — •Jessica Kräuter, Lars Mohrhusen, Tim Thiedemann, and Katharina Al-Shamery
17:30 O 55.11 Probing Photoexcited Charge Dynamics of Single Oxygen Vacancies on TiO2(110) at Atomic Scale — •chaoyu guo, xiangzhi meng, qin wang, and ying jiang
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