Anomalous behavior of atomic Hydrogen interacting with Gold clusters

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BUCKART, Stefan, Gerd GANTEFÖR, Young Dok KIM, Purusottam JENA, 2003. Anomalous behavior of atomic Hydrogen interacting with Gold clusters. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 125(46), pp. 14205-14209

@article{Buckart2003Anoma-951, title={Anomalous behavior of atomic Hydrogen interacting with Gold clusters}, year={2003}, doi={10.1021/ja036544t}, number={46}, volume={125}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, pages={14205--14209}, author={Buckart, Stefan and Ganteför, Gerd and Kim, Young Dok and Jena, Purusottam} }

Buckart, Stefan Ganteför, Gerd Buckart, Stefan Anomalous behavior of atomic Hydrogen interacting with Gold clusters 2003 Jena, Purusottam Kim, Young Dok Jena, Purusottam The change in the electronic structure of Au-n clusters induced by the exchange of an Au atom by hydrogen is studied using photoelectron spectroscopy. Au anion clusters react with one hydrogen atom but not with molecular hydrogen. The spectra of Au-n and Au-n1H- clusters show almost identical features for n > 2 suggesting that hydrogen behaves as a protonated species by contributing one electron to the valence pool of the Au-n cluster. This behavior is in sharp contrast to that of the commonly understood electronic structure of hydrogen in metals; namely, it attracts an electron from the conduction band of the metal and remains in an anionic form or forms covalent bonding. We discuss the influence of the unique electronic structure of H on the unusual catalytic behavior of Au clusters. deposit-license 2011-03-22T17:52:26Z eng Ganteför, Gerd Kim, Young Dok 2011-03-22T17:52:26Z First publ. in: Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (2003), 46, pp. 14205 14209

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