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Hydrogen Bonded Networks at Metal Surfaces: Molecular Orientation and Overlayer Interactions

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Simple organic molecules adsorbed at metal surfaces are the subject of intense research activity, not least because computational methods and surface science techniques have progressed far enough to tackle these systems, and provide us with ‘visions beyond diatomics’. Through the study of model systems, first principles understanding of structure bonding and reactivity can be gained. This talk will take one molecular property of these systems, namely their propensity to form hydrogen bonded networks, and show how applying a topological analysis of the electronic charge density one can gain insight into this ubiquitous phenomena.

This talk is part of the DAK Seminars series.

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