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Ladas, S., Kennou, S., Hartmann, N., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Characterisation of the oxygen adsorption states on clean and oxidized Ir(110) surfaces. Surface science, 382(1-3), 49-56. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
McCarthy, M. C., Grabow, J. U., Travers, M. J., Chen, W., Gottlieb, C. A., & Thaddeus, P. (1999). Laboratory detection of the ring-chain carbenes HC4N and HC6N. Astrophysical Journal, 513(1 PART 1), 305-310.
Mertens, F., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Control of the shape of chemical wave patterns in the NO + H2 reaction on Rh(110) by adsorbate-induced reconstructions. Surface science, 347(3), 355-366. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
Pokrant, S., Herwig, C., Hihara, T., & Becker, J. A. (1999). Electronic spin-spin coupling in rare earth doped semiconductor and semimetal clusters. European Physical Journal D.
Poppe, J., Völkening, S., Schaak, A., Schütz, E., Janek, J., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Electrochemical promotion of catalytic CO oxidation on Pt/YSZ catalysts under low pressure conditions. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 1(22), 5241-5249.
Schaak, A., Nieuwenhuys, B., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Anisotropic chemical waves on a stepped surface: The NO+H2 and O2+H2 reactions on Rh(533). Surface science, 441(1), 33-44. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
Schaak, A., Günther, S., Esch, F., Schütz, E., Hinz, M., Marsi, M., Kiskinova, M., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Elementally resolved imaging of dynamic surface processes: Chemical waves in the system Rh(110)/NO + H2. Physical review letters, 83(9), 1882-1885.
Schaak, A., Shaikhutdinov, S., & Imbihl, R. (1999). H/D-isotope effects in chemical wave propagation on surfaces: The O2+H2 and NO+H2 reactions on Rh(110) and Rh(111). Surface science, 421(1-2), 191-203. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
Schaak, A., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Triangular-shaped reaction fronts in a catalytic surface reaction. Chemical physics letters, 283(5-6), 386-390. Vorabveröffentlichung online.
Schütz, E., Esch, F., Günther, S., Schaak, A., Marsi, M., Kiskinova, M., & Imbihl, R. (1999). Bimetallic catalysts as dissipative structures: Stationary concentration patterns in the O2 + H2 reaction on a composite Rh(110)/Pt surface. Catalysis letters, 63(1-2), 13-19.