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Temperature in Second-Order Desorption Process

Temperature in Second-Order Desorption Process

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Question:
Show that for a second-order desorption process the temperature at the peak maximum in the temperature-programmed desorption experiment is given by

(Hint: The surface coverage at the temperature corresponding to the peak has been shown by Redhead to be Γ0 /2.)

 

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