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“…In terms of cost, Ni was more attractive than Ru . Previous studies on ammonia decomposition over different Ni surfaces showed that the reaction has a pronounced structural sensitivity. In fact, the change in the size and shape of metal nanoparticles usually was accompanied with the change in the crystal surfaces. , Hence, by manipulating the size and shape of Ni nanoparticles can enhance their catalytic activities.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In terms of cost, Ni was more attractive than Ru . Previous studies on ammonia decomposition over different Ni surfaces showed that the reaction has a pronounced structural sensitivity. In fact, the change in the size and shape of metal nanoparticles usually was accompanied with the change in the crystal surfaces. , Hence, by manipulating the size and shape of Ni nanoparticles can enhance their catalytic activities.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Imidogen has also been produced by shock wave studies of mixtures of nitrogen and hydrogen (24,25) and by the shock heating of ammonia (25,26). It has been proposed that NH exists on , Ni and Fe surfaces during the chemisorption of N^, Hg and NHg (27), on Fe catalysts during NHg synthesis (28), and on Pt catalysts during NH^ decomposition (29).…”
Section: Integration Of Poisson Equation 181mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The energy, E, of a many electron system is given as the expectation value, E = /dx ^ H¥* / /dT ^ (27) where H is the non-relativistic Hamiltonian operator in the Born-Oppenheiraer approximation (75) expressed in atomic units (76):…”
Section: Separated Pair Energy Expressionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Imidogen has also been produced by shock wave studies of mixtures of nitrogen and hydrogen (24,25) and by the shock heating of ammonia (25,26). It has been proposed that NH exists on , Ni and Fe surfaces during the chemisorption of N^, Hg and NHg (27), on Fe catalysts during NHg synthesis (28), and on Pt catalysts during NH^ decomposition (29).…”
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confidence: 99%