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For the reason that 1948, this serial has sought to fill the distance among the papers and the textbooks that train the various components of catalysis learn. This quantity comprises articles at the purposes of adsorption microcalorimetry and natural syntheses utilizing aluminosilicates.

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A general rule (73) regarding the direction of orbital shifting can be learned from Fig. 25. Orbitals of adsorbed atoms are raised or lowered in energy depending on whether the ionization potentials of substrate orbitals are smaller or greater, respectively, than the ionization potentials of orbitals on adsorbed atoms. The extent of orbital shifting is dependent on the magnitude of overlap between interacting orbitals. When significant electron transfer occurs, Madelung effects must be included in the considerations; however, we restrict our attention to the nonionic case.

Different choices of orbital exponent giving less diffuse atomic orbitals promote such a behavior, but more work is needed t o determine the criteria for choosing parameters in the infinite-model EH theory. Other choices of orbital exponents also predict cubic geometry t o be more stable than linear. 8. Other Group IB Metal Clusters The properties and trends calculated for silver aggregates are similar to those obtained for Cu and Au clusters. The data in Table VI show that the number of s states below d states is in accord with the energy difference between d and s atomic orbitals which decreases in the order Ag > Au > Cu.

SILVERCLUSTERS 1. Potential-Eneey Curves Electronic properties of small silver clusters have been calculated by Baetzold (40) using the EH and CNDO MO methods. The Ag valence orbitals are occupied according to 4d"5s15p in the atom. It has been found that 5 p orbitals are required in the calculation even though they are not occupied in the atom, in order to prevent the formationof severely destabilized 5s antisymmetric molecular orbitals. The 5s orbitals account for most of the bonding in the silver cluster, but they do not provide a repulsive force in the EH-type calculation for small Ag clusters: the 4d orbitals achieve this effect.

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