Publications 1990 – 1999

135. E.S. Gawalt, G. Lu, S.L. Bernasek, and J. Schwartz, “Enhanced Bonding of Alkanephophonic Acids to Oxidized Titanium Using Surface Bound Alkoxyzirconium Complex Interfaces”, Langmuir, 15, 8929 (1999).

134. Y. Cao, X.M. Wei, W.S. Chin, Y.H. Lai, J.F. Deng, S.L. Bernasek, and G.Q. Xu, “Formation of Di-s Bond in Benzene Chemisorption on Si(111)7×7″, J. Phys. Chem. B, 103, 5698 (1999).

133. K.L. Purvis, G. Lu, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “The Reaction of Tetra (Tert-Butoxy)
-Tin or -Zirconium with Hydroxylated Titanium in Ultrahigh Vacuum: Contrasting Reactivity With an Hydroxylated Aluminum Substrate”, Langmuir, 15, 7092 (1999).

132. J. Schwartz, S.L. Bernasek, G. Lu, J.P. Keegan, K.L. Purvis, and S.K. VanderKam, “Synthesis and Ligand Metathetical Reactions of Supported Transesterification Catalyst Models”, J. Molec. Catalysis A: Chem., 146, 45 (1999).

131. V.N. Smelyanskiy, M.I. Dykman, H. Rabitz, B.F. Vugmeister, S.L. Bernasek, and A.B. Bocarsly, “Nucleation in Periodically Driven Electrochemical Systems”, J. Chem. Phys., 110, 11488 (1999). Abstract Full: HTML / PDF 

130. S.A. Miller and S.L. Bernasek, “Surface Induced Dissociation in MS”, chapter for the Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry, Academic Press, London, 1999.

129. S.L. Bernasek, F.D.S. Park, L.M. Phelan, and M.J. Hayward, “A Compact UHV Tandem Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer for Surface Induced Dissociation Studies Using Well Characterized Surfaces”, Israel J. Chem., 38, 375 (1998).

128. G. Lu, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “The Reaction Between Tetra -tert-butoxytin and Al(110)-OH in Ultrahigh Vacuum: Contrasting Behavior vs. Its Zirconium Analogue”, Langmuir 14, 1532 (1998).

127. S.L. Bernasek, J. Schwartz, A.B. Bocarsly, G. Lu, K.L. Purvis, and S. VanderKam, “Synthesis and Ligand Metathetical Reactions of Surface-Bound Organometallic Interfaces”, in Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Chemically Modified Surfaces, ed. J. Blitz, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 1998.

126. S.M. Wetterer, D.J. Lavrich, T. Cummings, S.L. Bernasek, and G. Scoles, “Energetics and Kinetics of the Physisorption of Hydrocarbons on Au(111)”, J. Phys. Chem., 102, 9266 (1998).

125. D.J. Bald and S.L. Bernasek, “The Internal Energy of CO2 Produced From Catalytic Oxidation of CO by NO”, J. Chem. Phys., 109, 746 (1998). Abstract Full: PDF

124. K.L. Purvis, G. Lu, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Ligand Metathesis in Surface-Bound Alkoxyzirconium Complexes. 2. Preparation of Alkanecarboxylate Complexes in Ultra High Vacuum”, Langmuir, 14, 3720 (1998).

123. D.J. Lavrich, S.M. Wetterer, S.L. Bernasek, and G. Scoles,“Physisorption and Chemisorption of Alkanethiols and Alkyl Sulfides on Au(111)”, J. Phys.Chem., 102, 3456 (1998).

122. S.L. Bernasek, “Surface Science Studies of Organic Monolayer Corrosion Inhibitors”, In Interfacial Electrochemistry, ed. A. Wieckowski, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1998.

121. L.M. Phelan, M.J. Hayward, J.C. Flynn, and S.L. Bernasek, “Hydrogen Transfer Reactions Examined in the Context of a Sputtered Ion Mechanism for Low Energy Polyatomic Ion-Hydrocarbon Surface Collisions”, J. Phys. Chem., 102, 5667 (1998).

120. C.W. Draper, C.W. Pearce, J.T. Glick, M. Gordon, G.E. Olness and S.L. Bernasek, “The Nature of Residues Following the Ashing of Arsenic Implanted Photoresist”, J. Mater. Res. 12, 2799 (1997).

119. S.K. VanderKam, G. Lu, S.L. Bernasek, and J. Schwartz, “Ligand Metathesis in Surface-Bound Alkoxyzirconium Complexes”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 119, 11639 (1997).

118. G. Lu, K.L. Purvis, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Surface Hydroxyl Content Controls the Thermolysis Stoichiometry of a Surface Bound Organometallic Complex”, Langmuir 13, 5791 (1997).

117. S.L. Bernasek and J. Schwartz, “Monolayer Stabilization on Hydroxylated Aluminum Surfaces”, Langmuir, 14, 1367 (1998).

116. S.L. Bernasek, J. Schwartz, J. Miller, Y. Aronoff, and G. Lu, “Surface Organometallic Chemistry for Electronic Materials Synthesis”, Chemické Listy 91, 621 (1997).

115. P. Dooley and S.L. Bernasek, “Pooling Analysis of Scanning Probe Microscopy Images”, Surface Sci., 406, 206 (1998). AbstractFull: HTML / PDF

114. L.C. Cheng, A.B. Bocarsly, S.L. Bernasek, and T.A. Ramanarayanan, “Adsorption and Reaction of Thiophene on the Fe(100) Surface: Selective Dehydrogenation and Polymerization”, Surface Sci., 374, 357 (1997). Abstract Full: PDF

113. M.J. Hayward, F.D.S. Park, L.M. Phelan, S.L. Bernasek, A. Somogyi, and V.H. Wysocki, “Examination of Sputtered Ion Mechanisms Leading to the Formation of C7H7 During Surface Induced Dissociation (SID) Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS) of Benzene Molecular Cations”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 118, 8375 (1996).

 112. Y.G. Aronoff, B. Chen, C. Seto, G. Lu, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Stabilization of Self-Assembled Monolayers of Carboxylic Acids on Native Oxides of Metals”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 119, 259 (1997).

111. D. Bald, R. Kunkel, and S.L. Bernasek, “Diode Laser Absorption Study of Internal Energies of CO2 Produced from Catalytic CO Oxidation”, J. Chem. Phys., 104, 7719 (1996). Abstract Full: PDF

110. P. Jiang, M.W. Zappone, S.L. Bernasek and A. Robertson, Jr., “The Interaction of Water with Clean and Gallium Precovered Fe(111) Surfaces,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol., A14, 2372 (1996). Abstract Full: PDF

109. L.C. Cheng, A.B. Bocarsly, S.L. Bernasek, and T.A. Ramanarayanan, “Coadsorption of Ethanethiol with Sulfur, Oxygen, and Water on the Fe(100) Surface,” Langmuir, 12, 392 (1996).

108. L.C. Cheng, S.L. Bernasek, A.B. Bocarsly, and T.A. Ramanarayanan, “Adsorption and Decomposition of 1-Alkanethiols on the Fe(100) Surface,” Chemistry of Materials, 7, 1807 (1995).

107. W.-H. Hung and S.L. Bernasek, “The Adsorption and Decomposition of Formaldehyde and Formic Acid on the Clean and Modified Fe(100) Surface,” Surface Sci., 346, 165 (1996). Abstract Full: HTML / PDF

106. W.-H. Hung and S.L. Bernasek, “Adsorption and Decomposition of Ethylene and Acetylene on Fe(100),” Surface Sci., 339, 272 (1995). Abstract Full: HTML / PDF

105. S.L. Bernasek, “Molecular Beam Scattering: Reactive Scattering,” in The Handbook of Surface Imaging and Visualization, A.T. Hubbard, ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1995.

104. J.B. Miller, S.L. Bernasek, and J. Schwartz, “Reaction between Tetra-tert-butoxyzirconium and Al(110)-OH in UHV,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 117, 4037 (1995).

103. M.J. Hayward, F.D.S. Park, L.M. Manzella, and S.L. Bernasek, “Sputtered Protons During Surface Induced Dissociation (SID) Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS)”, Int. J. Mass Spect. and Ion Proc., 148, 25 (1995).

102. J.B. Miller and S.L. Bernasek, “Adsorbate Island Morphology: Modelling Surface Site Distributions and Surface Reactivity,” J. Phys. Chem., 99, 8698 (1995).

101. L.C. Cheng, A.B. Bocarsly, S.L. Bernasek and T.A. Ramanarayanan, “The Interaction of Alkanethiols with Single Crystal Iron: The Low Temperature Decomposition of Ethanethiol on the Fe(100) Surface,” Langmuir, 10, 4542 (1994).

100. J.B. Miller, S.L. Bernasek, and J. Schwartz, “Surface Hydroxylation of Single Crystal Aluminum (110) in Ultrahigh Vacuum”, Langmuir, 10, 2629 (1994).

99. W.-H. Hung, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Reaction Between Tetraallylmolybdenum and Hydroxylated Fe(100) in Ultrahigh Vacuum. A New Route to Characterizable Mixed Metal Oxide Catalyst Models,” Langmuir, 10, 2056 (1994).

98. J.B. Miller, J. Schwartz and S.L. Bernasek, “The Importance of Ligand Kinetic Basicity on the Preparation of Surface-Supported Zirconium Complexes by Proton Transfer from Hydroxylated Aluminum or Silicon,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 115, 8239 (1993).

97. S.L. Bernasek, “Reaction of Small Molecules at Well Characterized Iron Surfaces,” invited review for Annual Reviews of Physical Chemistry, 44, 265 (1993).

96. P. Jiang, M. Zappone, and S.L. Bernasek, “The Adsorption of H2 on Fe(111) Studied by Thermal Energy Atom Scattering,” J. Chem. Phys., 99, 8126 (1993). Abstract Full: PDF

95. P. Jiang, M. Zappone, and S.L. Bernasek, “He Beam Scattering Studies of the Interaction of CO with Fe(111)”, J. Chem. Phys., 99, 8120 (1993). Abstract Full: PDF

94. C. Peters, S.L. Bernasek, T. Venkatesan, A. Pique, K.S. Harshavardhan, and Y.-T. Wu, “Investigation of Film-Substrate Interactions of YBa2Cu3O7-x Thin Films Deposited on Alkaline Earth Fluoride Substrates,” J. Appl. Phys., 74, 3194 (1993).

93. W.-H. Hung, J. Schwartz and S.L. Bernasek, “Adsorption of H2O on Oxidized Fe(100) Surfaces: Comparison Between the Oxidation of Iron by H2O and O2,” Surface Sci., 294, 21 (1993). Abstract

92. S.L. Bernasek, M. Zappone, and P. Jiang, “Adsorption and Coadsorption of CO and H2 on Fe(111) Probed by TEAS,” Surface Sci., 272, 53 (1992). Abstract

91. P. Fenter, P. Eisenberger, J. Li, N. Camillone, III, S.L. Bernasek, G. Scoles, T.A. Ramanarayanan, and K.S. Liang, “The Structure of CH3(CH2)17SH Self-Assembled on the Ag(111) Surface: An Incommensurate Monolayer, Langmuir 7, 2013 (1991).

90. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert and S.L. Bernasek, “The Decomposition of Methanol on the Sulfur Modified Fe(100) Surface”, Surface Sci., 258, 269 (1991). Abstract

89. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert and S.L. Bernasek, “Sulfur Deposition on Fe(100) From Methanethiol Decomposition”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, 9, 2788 (1991). Abstract Full: PDF

88. W.-H. Hung, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Sequential Oxidation of Fe(100) by Water Adsorption: Formation of an Ordered Hydroxylated Surface”, Surface Sci., 248, 332 (1991). Abstract

87. T. Chang, J. Schwartz, and S.L. Bernasek, “Stepwise Thermolysis of Tris(allyl)Rhodium to Rhodium Metal: Correlations Between TiO2 and Bulk Titania”, Langmuir, 7, 1413 (1991).

86. S.L. Bernasek, J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert, and W.H. Hung, “Small Molecule Reactions on the Clean and Modified Fe(100) Surface”, in Structure-Activity and Selectivity Relationships in Heterogeneous Catalysis, R.K. Grasselli and A.W. Sleight, eds., Elsevier-North Holland, Amsterdam, 1991, p. 315.

85. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert, and S.L. Bernasek, “The Decomposition of Surface Methoxy on Clean and Oxygen Post Dosed Fe(100): Control of Reaction Selectivity”, Catalysis Lett., 6, 245 (1990).

84. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert, and S.L. Bernasek, “Effects of Post-dosed Species on Preadsorbed CO on Fe(100): Adsorption Site Conversion Caused by Site Competition”, J. Phys. Chem., 94, 6028 (1990).

83. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert, S.L. Bernasek, and D.J. Dwyer, “Decomposition of Methanol on Oxygen Modified Fe(100) Surfaces 2: Preadsorbed Oxygen as Poison, Selectivity Modifier and Promoter,” Surface Sci., 239, 49 (1990). Abstract

82. C.-C. Chang, P.H. Kydd, S.L. Bernasek, and H.A. Rabitz, “Interactions of Energetic Clusters with Surfaces at Glancing Incidence”, Surface Sci., 239, 333 (1990). Abstract

81. J.-P. Lu, M.R. Albert, C.C. Chang and S.L. Bernasek, “High Resolution Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopic Characterization of Ordered Atomic Overlayers on Fe(100)”, Surface Sci., 227, 317 (1990).