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Peter J. Feibelman* - Recent Preprints:

  1. Clusters binding to the graphene moiré on Ir(111): X-ray photoemission compared to density functional calculations, J. Knudsen, P. J. Feibelman, T. Gerber, E. Grånäs, K. Schulte, P. Stratmann, J. N. Andersen, and T. Michely, Phys. Rev. B85, 035407(2012).
  2. Adsorbed water-molecule hexagons with unexpected rotations in islands on Ru(0001) and Pd(111), S. Maier, I. Stass, T. Mitsui, P. J. Feibelman, K. Thürmer, and M. Salmeron, Phys. Rev. B85, 155434(2012).
  3. Evidence for interlayer coupling and moiré periodic potentials in twisted bilayer graphene, T. Ohta, J. T. Robinson, P. J. Feibelman, A. Bostwick, E. Rotenberg, T. E. Beechem, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 186807(2012).
  4. CO-induced Smoluchowski ripening of Pt-cluster arrays on the graphene/Ir(111) moire, T. Gerber, J. Knudsen, P. J. Feibelman, E. Grånäs, P. Stratmann, K. Schulte, J. N. Andersen, and T. Michely, ACS Nano 7, 2020(2013).
  5. Viscosity of Ultrathin Water Films Confined Between Aluminol Surfaces of Kaolinite – Ab Initio Simulations, P. J. Feibelman, J. Phys. Chem. C 117, 6088(2013).
  6. K+-hydration in a low-energy 2-dimensional wetting layer on the basal surface of muscovite, P. J. Feibelman, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 074705(2013).
  7. What Limits Turnover Number in NH3 Synthesis on a PNP Pincer Molecule?, P. J. Feibelman, Comments on Inorganic Chemistry (in press).



    *Work supported, in part, by the DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Division of Materials Sciences and Engineering


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