1992 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the study of chemical and dynamical behavior of chemisorbed species on single crystal surfaces
John T. Yates mostly deals with Adsorption, Chemisorption, Photochemistry, Desorption and Carbon monoxide. In his study, Tungsten is inextricably linked to Oxygen, which falls within the broad field of Adsorption. His Chemisorption research is under the purview of Catalysis.
The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Electronic structure and Semiconductor. His Desorption study incorporates themes from Activation energy, Analytical chemistry and Atomic physics. His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Chemical bond and Infrared as well as Carbon monoxide.
His primary areas of investigation include Adsorption, Analytical chemistry, Desorption, Chemisorption and Photochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Decomposition, Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Molecule and Density functional theory in addition to Adsorption. His Analytical chemistry research integrates issues from Thermal desorption, Atmospheric temperature range and Thermal desorption spectroscopy.
His research on Desorption also deals with topics like
John T. Yates mainly focuses on Desorption, Photochemistry, Adsorption, Density functional theory and Nanotechnology. His studies in Desorption integrate themes in fields like Molecule, Excited state, Vibrational energy relaxation, Kinetic isotope effect and Analytical chemistry. His Adsorption and Chemisorption and Thermal desorption spectroscopy investigations all form part of his Adsorption research activities.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Band bending, Oxygen, Charge carrier and Anatase. He has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Scanning tunneling microscope and Catalysis. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organometallic chemistry and Photoluminescence.
John T. Yates focuses on Density functional theory, Photochemistry, Catalysis, Photoluminescence and Analytical chemistry. His research in Density functional theory intersects with topics in Chemical physics, Scanning tunneling microscope, Adsorption and Orbital overlap. His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecule and Nanotechnology.
His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Layer, Solar cell and Infrared spectroscopy. The various areas that he examines in his Catalysis study include Inorganic chemistry and Acetic acid. John T. Yates has included themes like Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Hydrogen, Infrared and Dissociation in his Analytical chemistry study.
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Photocatalysis on TiO2 Surfaces - Principles, Mechanisms, and Selected Results
Amy L. Linsebigler;Guangquan. Lu;John T. Yates.
Chemical Reviews (1995)
Surface Science Studies of the Photoactivation of TiO2New Photochemical Processes
Tracy L. Thompson;John T. Yates.
Chemical Reviews (2006)
Electron-Stimulated Desorption as a Tool for Studies of Chemisorption: A Review
Theodore E. Madey;John T. Yates.
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology (1971)
Hydrogen desorption from the monohydride phase on Si(100)
Kumar Sinniah;Michael G. Sherman;Lisa B. Lewis;W. Henry Weinberg.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1990)
Kinetics of the activated dissociative adsorption of methane on the low index planes of nickel single crystal surfaces
Thomas P. Beebe;D. Wayne Goodman;Bruce D. Kay;John T. Yates.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1987)
Infrared spectra of chemisorbed CO on Rh
J. T. Yates;T. M. Duncan;S. D. Worley;R. W. Vaughan.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1979)
Dependence of effective desorption kinetic parameters on surface coverage and adsorption temperature: CO on Pd(111)
Xingcai Guo;John T. Yates.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1989)
Ultraviolet Light-Induced Hydrophilicity Effect on TiO2(110)(1×1). Dominant Role of the Photooxidation of Adsorbed Hydrocarbons Causing Wetting by Water Droplets
Tykhon Zubkov;Dirk Stahl;Tracy L. Thompson;Dimitar Panayotov.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
Unusual Hydrogen Bonding in Water-Filled Carbon Nanotubes
Oleg Byl;Jin-Chen Liu;Yang Wang;Wai-Leung Yim.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Gold adatom as a key structural component in self-assembled monolayers of organosulfur molecules on Au(1 1 1)
Peter Maksymovych;Oleksandr Voznyy;Daniel B. Dougherty;Dan C. Sorescu.
Progress in Surface Science (2010)
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