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3), one can also see that, in agreement with the DOS results, the carbonate formation again induces significant charge transfer to the surface. , 2011). From the above calculation results, one can notice that the activities of surface O in reacting with CO are quite different at stoichiometric Computational Rare Earth Catalysis 35 CeO2(110) and (111) surfaces. 61 eV at CeO2(111). In other words, the O3c at CeO2(110) is relatively much more active compared to that at CeO2(111). This difference can be understood from their bonding configurations.
D[O–O] is the interatomic distance of adsorbed O2. d[O–Ce] is the average Ce–O distance of the O2 with the Ce. Reprint with permission from Zhu et al. (2011). Copyright (2011) Elsevier. 69 eV with respect to the most stable Au3/CeO2(110) slab (Fig. 6A). , 2011), it was also determined that there occurs one unpaired spin electron in each adsorption system and it is localized at the adsorbed O2. By plotting the charge density of this unpaired spin electron, we were able to tell that it actually stays in the 24 Xue-Qing Gong et al.
To test the first scheme, we carried out a series of constrained calculations by fixing the position of carbon of the CO at different positions along the direction perpendicular to the surface and right in between the two surface O3c atoms. 35 A ˚ above the O3c plane. 07 eV, respectively (see Fig. 8). 25 eV, and the relative stabilities of these two TSs are also much worse than the TS1 (see Fig. 8). These results then indicate that the single CO molecule would prefer to bind and react with a single surface O3c at CeO2(110), rather than with two simultaneously.