A Model of a Surface Dimer in the Problem of Adsorption
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Abstract—The adsorption system has been represented in a form of two regions: a dimer, which includes the ad particle and substrate surface atom, and the rest of the space. Metal, semiconductor, and graphene (semimetal) have been considered as a substrate. The similarities and differences in the values of the ad particle occupation numbers that have been obtained in the framework of the proposed and standard adsorption models have been discussed.
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