By Daniel Douglas Eley, etc.
Because 1948, this serial has sought to fill the distance among the papers and the textbooks that train the varied parts of catalysis learn. This quantity contains articles at the functions of adsorption microcalorimetry and natural syntheses utilizing aluminosilicates.
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2. Occupied 5s molecular orbitals for Ag3, linear and triangle. The atom positions are denoted by black dots, and the ‘‘plus’’ and “minus” refer to the sign of the atomic orbital in the molecular orbital. I I Ag Clusters I to I I I 40 60 Number of atoms FIG. 3. Bonding energy per atom for Ag clusters vs. size. The last large structures are built on the face-centered cubic (fcc) geometry illustrated in Fig. 4. Shells of neighboring atoms equally spaced from the central atom are added resulting in 13-, 19-, 43-, and 55-atom clusters.
MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY 17 culated. The latter is found from the vibrational partition function for a cluster (a, where = l/kT, Eo = zero-point vibration energy, and ui = vibrational frequency. The vibrational frequencies are determined by normal coordinate analysis leading to a free energy (C), G = E - TS. (33) Burton (39) has calculated properties of Ar clusters containing up to 87 atoms. He finds that the viirational entropy per atom becomes constant for about 25 atoms. The entropy per atom for spherical face-centered cubic structures exceeds that of an infinite crystal and reaches a maximum between 19 and 43 atoms.
Adsorption of an atom to these models gave greatest bonding energies at sites of greatest free valence or number of missing bonds. However, contributions to the bond strength from nonlocalized states were important and not negligible compared to localized state contributions. This suggests that, although surface states are important in determining sites of adsorption, interactions with the other states of the substrate cannot be neglected. The conclusions reached by Coulson and Blyholder in this work form a frame of reference for MO calculations t o be examined.
Advances in Catalysis and Related Subjects, Volume 25 by Daniel Douglas Eley, etc.