International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, ( ISI ), Volume (40), No (22), Year (2015-6) , Pages (7064-7071)

Title : ( Dissociative hydrogen adsorption on the cubic cobalt surfaces: A DFT study )

Authors: Ali Nakhaei Pour , zahra keivanloo shahrestanaki , Mohammad Izadyar , SeyedMajed Modaresi ,

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In the present work the adsorption energies, structures and vibrational frequencies of hydrogen atoms and molecules on (100), (110) and (111) surfaces of the face centered cubic (FCC) crystalline phase of metallic cobalt were investigated. The on-top adsorption states and three surface coverages were used for comparison of the results. Molecular and atomic hydrogen adsorption is analyzed by using the density functional theory (DFT) calculations. The results showed that the number and the nature of likely adsorption states were dependent on the surface free energy. In the FCC structure, the surface free energies (γ) of (111), (110) and (100) surfaces are in accordance to γ100> γ110> γ111. The adsorption energies of hydrogen were proportional to the surface free energy, according to the following order: FCC (100) > FCC (110) > FCC (111). The calculated vibrational frequencies for Co-H stretching of adsorbed hydrogen molecules and atoms are increased and the vibrational modes for H-H stretching of adsorbed hydrogen molecules on FCC surfaces are decreased by increasing the surface free energy (γ).

Keywords

DFT calculations; Cobalt surface; Hydrogen adsorption; FCC
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@article{paperid:1047539,
author = {Nakhaei Pour, Ali and Keivanloo Shahrestanaki, Zahra and Izadyar, Mohammad and Modaresi, SeyedMajed},
title = {Dissociative hydrogen adsorption on the cubic cobalt surfaces: A DFT study},
journal = {International Journal of Hydrogen Energy},
year = {2015},
volume = {40},
number = {22},
month = {June},
issn = {0360-3199},
pages = {7064--7071},
numpages = {7},
keywords = {DFT calculations; Cobalt surface; Hydrogen adsorption; FCC surfaces},
}

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%0 Journal Article
%T Dissociative hydrogen adsorption on the cubic cobalt surfaces: A DFT study
%A Nakhaei Pour, Ali
%A Keivanloo Shahrestanaki, Zahra
%A Izadyar, Mohammad
%A Modaresi, SeyedMajed
%J International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
%@ 0360-3199
%D 2015

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