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Daniel Auerbach
Daniel Auerbach
Visiting Professor, Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences, Göttingen Germany
Verified email at djauerbach.com
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Gas—surface interactions and dynamics; Thermal energy atomic and molecular beam studies
JA Barker, DJ Auerbach
Surface Science Reports 4 (1-2), 1-99, 1984
6671984
Chemically Accurate Simulation of a Prototypical Surface Reaction: H2 Dissociation on Cu(111)
C Díaz, E Pijper, RA Olsen, HF Busnengo, DJ Auerbach, GJ Kroes
Science 326 (5954), 832-834, 2009
3862009
Vibrational promotion of electron transfer
Y Huang, CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, AM Wodtke
Science 290 (5489), 111-114, 2000
3682000
Chemical dynamics at the gas− surface interface
CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, JC Tully, AW Kleyn
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (31), 13021-13033, 1996
3521996
Quantum‐state‐specific dynamics of the dissociative adsorption and associative desorption of H2 at a Cu (111) surface
CT Rettner, HA Michelsen, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 102 (11), 4625-4641, 1995
3261995
Effect of rotation on the translational and vibrational energy dependence of the dissociative adsorption of D2 on Cu(111)
HA Michelsen, CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, RN Zare
The Journal of chemical physics 98 (10), 8294-8307, 1993
3241993
Dissociative Chemisorption of C on W(110): Dramatic Activation by Initial Kinetic Energy
CT Rettner, HE Pfnür, DJ Auerbach
Physical review letters 54 (25), 2716, 1985
3171985
Rotational energy transfer in direct inelastic surface scattering: NO on Ag (111)
AW Kleyn, AC Luntz, DJ Auerbach
Physical Review Letters 47 (16), 1169, 1981
3161981
Role of vibrational and translational energy in the activated dissociative adsorption of on Cu(111)
CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, HA Michelsen
Physical review letters 68 (8), 1164, 1992
2921992
A critical examination of data on the dissociative adsorption and associative desorption of hydrogen at copper surfaces
HA Michelsen, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 94 (11), 7502-7520, 1991
2771991
Measurement of fast desorption kinetics of D2, from tungsten by laser induced thermal desorption
JP Cowin, DJ Auerbach, C Becker, L Wharton
Surface Science 78 (3), 545-564, 1978
2761978
Observation of direct vibrational excitation in gas-surface collisions: NO on Ag (111)
CT Rettner, F Fabre, J Kimman, DJ Auerbach
Physical review letters 55 (18), 1904, 1985
2751985
Merged electron-ion beam experiments. I. Method and measurements of (e-H2+) and (e-H3+) dissociative-recombination cross sections
D Auerbach, R Cacak, R Caudano, TD Gaily, CJ Keyser, JW McGowan, ...
Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 10 (18), 3797, 1977
2541977
Effect of incidence kinetic energy and surface coverage on the dissociative chemisorption of oxygen on W (110)
CT Rettner, LA DeLouise, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 85 (2), 1131-1149, 1986
2441986
Conversion of large-amplitude vibration to electron excitation at a metal surface
JD White, J Chen, D Matsiev, DJ Auerbach, AM Wodtke
Nature 433 (7025), 503-505, 2005
2392005
Observation of direct inelastic scattering in the presence of trapping-desorption scattering: Xe on Pt (111)
JE Hurst, CA Becker, JP Cowin, KC Janda, L Wharton, DJ Auerbach
Physical review letters 43 (16), 1175, 1979
2311979
Electronically non-adiabatic interactions of molecules at metal surfaces: Can we trust the Born–Oppenheimer approximation for surface chemistry?
AM Wodtke*, JC Tully, DJ Auerbach
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 23 (4), 513-539, 2004
2272004
The stereodynamics of a gas-surface reaction
H Hou, SJ Gulding, CT Rettner, AM Wodtke, DJ Auerbach
Science 277 (5322), 80-82, 1997
2091997
On the nature of trapping and desorption at high surface temperatures. Theory and experiments for the Ar–Pt (111) system
M Head‐Gordon, JC Tully, CT Rettner, CB Mullins, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 94 (2), 1516-1527, 1991
1941991
Distinguishing the direct and indirect products of a gas-surface reaction
CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach
Science 263 (5145), 365-367, 1994
1921994
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