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Study of adsorption on graphite using infrared spectroscopy
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FIG. 1.

Frequency of the surface collective mode for submonolayer (open symbols) and saturated (solid symbols) films vs temperature in the low-temperature region. Lines connect successive spectra in temperature scans.

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FIG. 2.

Lattice constant vs chemical potential along isothermal pressure scans at temperatures between 109 and 180 K. The lattice constant (or mean nearest-neighbor distance) is calculated from the frequency as described in the text. Chemical potential is measured relative to its value at coexistence with bcc bulk.

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FIG. 3.

Expanded plot of lattice constant vs chemical potential in the IC2 region between 140 and 170 K.

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FIG. 4.

monolayer phase diagram in the intensive variables chemical potential and temperature. Solid symbols are measured layer condensation points. Open symbols are measured (centers of) phase transitions. monolayer; IC1 and IC2 are incommensurate solid phases; monolayer; bulk; centered cubic bulk. Chemical potential is measured relative to monolayer—bcc bulk coexistence (extrapolated).

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FIG. 5.

Measured widths of the layer condensation step (crosses with error bars). The fitted line has the power law dependence of the 2D Ising model with critical temperature of 156 K.

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FIG. 6.

Phase diagram in the variables areal density and temperature based on our data. monolayer; IC1 and IC2 are incommensurate solid phases; monolayer; vapor; bulk; centered cubic bulk. The melting transition is presented as a first-order coexistence region, but this actually may be a region of rapid density change in a continuous transition. The IC2 region presumably terminates in the vicinity of 210 K. The liquid-vapor coexistence region is based solely on the measured critical temperature of 156 K. By coincidence, the saturated film transition from C to IC1 and the bulk transition from monoclinic to bcc occur at nearly the same temperature.

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FIG. 7.

Lattice constant vs temperature: comparison with x-ray data. The lines are interpolated from our data for submonolayer (left) and saturated monolayer (right) films. Crosses are data points. The solid symbols are x-ray data for saturated films and open symbols are x-ray data for nominally submonolayer films: triangles are from Refs. 2 and 3, circles are from Ref. 4.

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FIG. 8.

Spreading pressure at saturation vs temperature calculated from our data. This is a direct measure of the resistance to displacement by a second adsorbate in the absence of mutual solubility.


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Scitation: Study of SF6 adsorption on graphite using infrared spectroscopy