Publications of Harald Kirsch

Journal Article (8)

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Y. Yue, G. Melani, H. Kirsch, A. Paarmann, P. Saalfrank, R.K. Campen and Y. Tong: Structure and Reactivity of α-Al2O3(0001) Surfaces: How Do Al-I and Gibbsite-like Terminations Interconvert? The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 126 (31), 13467–13476 (2022).
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S. Heiden, Y. Yue, H. Kirsch, J. Wirth, P. Saalfrank and R.K. Campen: Water Dissociative Adsorption on α-Al2O3(112̅0) Is Controlled by Surface Site Undercoordination, Density, and Topology. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (12), 6573–6584 (2018).
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H. Kirsch, X. Zhao, Z. Ren, S.V. Levchenko and R.K. Campen: CH2 Stabilized at Steps on Ru(0001) by Coadsorbates. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (43), 24724–24733 (2016).
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J. Wirth, H. Kirsch, S. Wlosczyk, Y. Tong, P. Saalfrank and R.K. Campen: Characterization of water dissociation on α-Al2O3(1̅102): theory and experiment. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (22), 14822–14832 (2016).
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H. Kirsch, Y. Tong and R.K. Campen: Experimental Characterization of CCH(ads) and CCH2(ads) during the Thermal Decomposition of Methane and Ethylene on Ru(0 0 0 1). ChemCatChem 8 (4), 728–735 (2016).
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Y. Tong, J. Wirth, H. Kirsch, M. Wolf, P. Saalfrank and R.K. Campen: Optically probing Al—O and O—H vibrations to characterize water adsorption and surface reconstruction on α-alumina: An experimental and theoretical study. The Journal of Chemical Physics 142 (5), 054704 (2015).
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H. Kirsch, X. Zhao, Z. Ren, S.V. Levchenko, M. Wolf and R.K. Campen: Controlling CH2 dissociation on Ru(0001) through surface site blocking by adsorbed hydrogen. Journal of Catalysis 320, 89–96 (2014).
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H. Kirsch, J. Wirth, Y. Tong, M. Wolf, P. Saalfrank and R.K. Campen: Experimental Characterization of Unimolecular Water Dissociative Adsorption on α-Alumina. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (25), 13623–13630 (2014).

Talk (6)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
H. Kirsch: Chemical reactions on surfaces - a SFG study. Freie Universität Berlin
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