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26th GREEN Open Seminar (Jointly with CMS seminar)

Schedules 2013.02.25 Finished


The 26th GREEN Open Seminar, jointly with CMS seminar, will be held at NIMS on February 25, 2013, to have a lecture by Dr. Ikutaro Hamada, Assistant Professor, Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University.

Abstract

Impact of adsorbates on water-surface interaction:
A density functional theory study

Interaction of water with a surface has been studied extensively, because it has implications for various fields ranging from daily life to science and technology, including wetting, lubrication, corrosion, heterogeneous catalysis, and electrochemistry. In many theoretical studies of water on metal surfaces, only clean surfaces were considered, and less attention has been paid for the interaction of water with adsorbates and that between adsorbates. However, these interactions are particularly important in electrochemistry, as they are directly related to heterogeneous catalytic reactions at electrode/electrolyte interfaces. In this talk, I will introduced density functional theory study of interactions between water and metal surfaces with and without adsorbate and discuss how the specific adsorbates modify the water-surface interactions. I will discuss the implication to the electrochemistry and how the surface science approach helps to understand the complex electrochemical interfaces.


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Summary

Event Title
26th GREEN Open Seminar (Jointly with CMS seminar)
Venue
Seminar room, 4F Collaborative Research Bldg., Namiki site, NIMS
Schedules Hours
2013.02.25
16:00-17:00

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