Prabhakaran, K (1990) Effect of HCl on the adsorption of oxygen on Cu(110) surface: An eels study. In: Surface Science, 225 (1-2 ). L25-L28 .
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Oxygen is shown to adsorb molecularly on a clean Cu(110) surface at 80 K and dissociate around 150 K forming atomic oxygen. Adsorption of oxygen on an HCl covered surface at low temperatures results in the formation of adsorbed hydroxyl groups and water in addition to adsorbed molecular oxygen. The molecular oxygen species is stable up to 190 K on the HCl covered surface.
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