INQUIMAE   12526
INSTITUTO DE QUIMICA, FISICA DE LOS MATERIALES, MEDIOAMBIENTE Y ENERGIA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
O2 induced Cu surface segregation in Au–Cu alloys studied by angle resolved XPS and DFT modelling
Autor/es:
E. VOLKER; CALVO EJ,; WILLIAMS, F.J.; JACOB T.; SCHIFFRIN, DJ
Revista:
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
Editorial:
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Referencias:
Lugar: CAMBRIDGE; Año: 2012 vol. 14 p. 7448 - 7448
ISSN:
1463-9076
Resumen:
Surface segregation effects on polycrystalline Au–Cu alloys (Au0.80Cu0.20, Au0.85Cu0.15 and Au0.90Cu0.10) were studied at room temperature by angle resolved XPS (ARXPS) and density functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. Au0.90Cu0.10) were studied at room temperature by angle resolved XPS (ARXPS) and density functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 0.80Cu0.20, Au0.85Cu0.15 and Au0.90Cu0.10) were studied at room temperature by angle resolved XPS (ARXPS) and density functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 0.90Cu0.10) were studied at room temperature by angle resolved XPS (ARXPS) and density functional theory (DFT) before and after exposure to O2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 2. Au surface enrichment was found as predicted from calculations showing that this process is energetically favourable, with a segregation energy for Au in a Cu matrix of 0.37 eV atom1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 1. Surface enrichment with Cu was observed after exposure to O2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 2 due to its dissociative adsorption, in agreement with DFT calculations that predicted an energy gain of 1.80 eV atom1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population. 1 for the transfer of Cu atoms to a surface containing adsorbed oxygen atoms, thus leading to an inversion in surface population.