Impact induced chemisorption of C20 isomers on diamond (001)–(2×1) surface
Du, A.J., Pan, Z.Y., Ho, Y.K., Huang, Z., Zhang, Z.X., & Wang, Y.X. (2001) Impact induced chemisorption of C20 isomers on diamond (001)–(2×1) surface. Chemical Physics Letters, 344(3-4), pp. 270-276.
The adsorption of low-energy C20 isomers on diamond (0 0 1)–(2×1) surface was investigated by molecular dynamics simulation using the Brenner potential. The energy dependence of chemisorption characteristic was studied. We found that there existed an energy threshold for chemisorption of C20 to occur. Between 10 and 20 eV, the C20 fullerene has high probability of chemisorption and the adsorbed cage retains its original structure, which supports the experimental observations of memory effects. However, the structures of the adsorbed bowl and ring C20 were different from their original ones. In this case, the local order in cluster-assembled films would be different from the free clusters.
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