His primary scientific interests are in Surface, Carbon monoxide, Chemical physics, Molecular physics and Platinum. His Surface study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electron microscope, Nanotechnology and Surface reaction. As a part of the same scientific study, Harm Hinrich Rotermund usually deals with the Carbon monoxide, concentrating on Standing wave and frequently concerns with Nonlinear system, Turbulence, Coupling and Oxygen.
He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Chemical physics and Pattern formation via his papers. In most of his Molecular physics studies, his work intersects topics such as Photoemission electron microscopy. His Platinum research includes elements of Image resolution, Electron and Ultraviolet.
Pattern formation, Chemical physics, Surface, Analytical chemistry and Photoemission electron microscopy are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reaction–diffusion system, Catalysis, Reactions on surfaces and Standing wave in addition to Chemical physics. His Standing wave research incorporates elements of Briggs–Rauscher reaction and Nonlinear system.
His research integrates issues of Nanotechnology, Surface reaction, Electron microscope, Molecular physics and Microstructure in his study of Surface. His Molecular physics research focuses on Wave propagation and how it connects with Dispersion relation. His Analytical chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phase transition, Emission spectrum, Oxygen and Work function.
Harm Hinrich Rotermund spends much of his time researching Corrosion, Metallurgy, Platinum, Chemical physics and Pattern formation. In general Corrosion, his work in Pitting corrosion is often linked to Electrochemical cell linking many areas of study. Harm Hinrich Rotermund has included themes like Partial pressure, Crystal, Bistability and Photoemission electron microscopy in his Platinum study.
His Chemical physics research incorporates themes from Single crystal, Reaction–diffusion system, Surface, Reactions on surfaces and Microstructure. His Surface research includes themes of Mesoscopic physics, Surface reaction, Laser and Standing wave. His Pattern formation research spans across into subjects like Nonlinear system, Mechanics, Physical chemistry and Turbulence.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Analytical chemistry, Anisotropy, Pattern formation, Chemical physics and Turbulence. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Carbon monoxide, Catalytic oxidation and Oxygen as well as Analytical chemistry. His Anisotropy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surface, Reactions on surfaces, Nonlinear system, Microstructure and Diffusion.
He integrates many fields, such as Pattern formation and engineering, in his works. The various areas that Harm Hinrich Rotermund examines in his Chemical physics study include Electron spectroscopy, Platinum, Partial pressure and Photoemission electron microscopy. His research investigates the connection with Turbulence and areas like Amplitude which intersect with concerns in Mechanics.
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Spatiotemporal concentration patterns in a surface reaction: Propagating and standing waves, rotating spirals, and turbulence.
S. Jakubith;H. H. Rotermund;W. Engel;A. von Oertzen.
Physical Review Letters (1990)
Controlling Chemical Turbulence by Global Delayed Feedback: Pattern Formation in Catalytic CO Oxidation on Pt(110)
Minseok Kim;Matthias Bertram;Michael Pollmann;Alexander von Oertzen.
Reaction diffusion patterns in the catalytic CO‐oxidation on Pt(110): Front propagation and spiral waves
S. Nettesheim;A. von Oertzen;H. H. Rotermund;G. Ertl.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1993)
Imaging of spatio-temporal pattern evolution during carbon monoxide oxidation on platinum
Harm-Hinrich Rotermund;Wilfried Engel;M. Kordesch;Gerhard Ertl.
A UHV-compatible photoelectron emission microscope for applications in surface science
W. Engel;M.E. Kordesch;H.H. Rotermund;S. Kubala.
Sudden Onset of Pitting Corrosion on Stainless Steel as a Critical Phenomenon
Christian Punckt;Monika Bölscher;Harm H. Rotermund;Alexander S. Mikhailov.
Solitons in a surface reaction.
H. H. Rotermund;S. Jakubith;A. von Oertzen;G. Ertl.
Physical Review Letters (1991)
Imaging of dynamic processes on surfaces by light
Harm Hinrich Rotermund.
Surface Science Reports (1997)
Effects of boundaries on pattern formation: Catalytic oxidation of CO on platinum
M D Graham;Ioannis G Kevrekidis;K Asakura;Jochen A. Lauterbach.
Coupling between adjacent crystal planes in heterogeneous catalysis by propagating reaction–diffusion waves
V. Gorodetskii;J. Lauterbach;H.-H. Rotermund;J. H. Block.
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