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Title

Role of the Metal Surface on the Room Temperature Activation of the Alcohol and Amino Groups of p-Aminophenol

AuthorsRuiz del Árbol, Nerea ; Palacio, Irene ; Sánchez, Carlos M. ; Otero, Gonzalo ; Martínez, José I. ; Rodríguez, Luis; Serrate, David; Cossaro, Albano; Lacovig, Paolo; Lizzit, Silvano; Verdini, Alberto; Floreano, Luca; Martín-Gago, José A. ; López, María Francisca
KeywordsX-ray absorption near edge spectroscopy
Surface analysis
Adsorption
Molecules
Scanning tunneling microscopy
p-Aminophenol
Issue Date12-Aug-2020
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
CitationJournal of Physical Chemistry C 124: 19655-19665 (2020)
Abstract[en] We present a comparative study of the room-temperature adsorption of p-aminophenol (p-AP) molecules on three metal surfaces, namely Cu(110), Cu(111), and Pt(111). We show that the chemical nature and the structural symmetry of the substrate control the activation of the terminal molecular groups, which result in different arrangements of the interfacial molecular layer. To this aim, we have used in situ STM images combined with synchrotron radiation high-resolution XPS and NEXAFS spectra, and the results were simulated by DFT calculations. On copper, the interaction between the molecules and the surface is weaker on the (111) surface crystal plane than on the (110) one, favoring molecular diffusion and leading to larger ordered domains. We demonstrate that the p-AP molecule undergoes spontaneous dehydrogenation of the alcohol group to form phenoxy species on all the studied surfaces; however, this process is not complete on the less reactive surface, Cu(111). The Pt(111) surface exhibits stronger molecule¿surface interaction, inducing a short-range ordered molecular arrangement that increases over time. In addition, on the highly reactive Pt(111) surface other chemical processes are evidenced, such as the dehydrogenation of the amine group.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.0c06101
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/224682
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.0c06101
Identifiersdoi: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.0c06101
issn: 1932-7447
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