Rao, CNR and Ranga Rao, G (1988) Adsorption of CO and N2 on modified transition-metal surfaces. In: Chemical Physics Letters, 146 (6). pp. 557-560.
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Electron spectroscopic studies clearly demonstrate that modification of the surfaces of Mn, Fe and Ni metals by chlorine significantly decreases the strength of interaction between the metal and adsorbed molecules such as CO and N2. This is in contrast to the effect of electropositive additives such as Ba and Al which increase the adsorption bond strength significantly.
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