His primary areas of study are Chemical physics, Oxygen, Kinetic energy, Adsorption and Physical chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Reaction rate and Kinetics, which intersect with Kinetic energy. Ronald Imbihl has researched Adsorption in several fields, including Crystallography, Work function, Carbon monoxide, Dissociation and Catalytic oxidation.
His research integrates issues of Platinum and Transition metal in his study of Work function. His Physical chemistry research incorporates elements of Partial pressure, Phase, Briggs–Rauscher reaction and Heterogeneous catalysis. His Phase research includes themes of Hydrogen and Analytical chemistry.
Ronald Imbihl mostly deals with Analytical chemistry, Chemical physics, Platinum, Oxygen and Adsorption. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrogen, Photoemission electron microscopy, Work function and Rhodium in addition to Analytical chemistry. His study looks at the relationship between Work function and topics such as Kinetic energy, which overlap with Briggs–Rauscher reaction.
His Chemical physics research includes elements of Phase transition, Single crystal, Faceting and Physical chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Platinum and topics such as Transition metal that intersect with problems in Stereochemistry. His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography and Anisotropy.
His primary scientific interests are in Analytical chemistry, Photoemission electron microscopy, Vanadium oxide, Inorganic chemistry and Yttria-stabilized zirconia. His Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Range, Hydrogen, Electron diffraction and Non-blocking I/O. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Single crystal, Monolayer, Gas-discharge lamp and Bistability as well as Photoemission electron microscopy.
The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Bimetallic strip and Adsorption, Physical chemistry. As part of his studies on Adsorption, he often connects relevant areas like Oxygen. His Heterogeneous catalysis research focuses on Acoustic wave and how it relates to Chemical physics.
Ronald Imbihl mainly focuses on Vanadium oxide, Photoemission electron microscopy, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Yttria-stabilized zirconia. He has included themes like Electron, Electrochemistry and Physical chemistry in his Inorganic chemistry study. His Electrochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heterogeneous catalysis, Platinum, Adsorption and Transition metal.
His Platinum study incorporates themes from Kinetic energy, Reaction rate and Density functional theory. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Yttrium and Oxygen. His Rhodium research incorporates themes from Chemical physics and Wavelength.
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Oscillatory Kinetics in Heterogeneous Catalysis
Ronald. Imbihl;Gerhard. Ertl.
Chemical Reviews (1995)
Kinetic oscillations in the catalytic CO oxidation on Pt(100): Theory
R. Imbihl;M. P. Cox;G. Ertl;H. Müller.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1985)
Kinetic oscillations in the catalytic CO oxidation on Pt(100): Experiments
R. Imbihl;M. P. Cox;G. Ertl.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1986)
Spatial self organization of surface structure during an oscillating catalytic reaction.
M. P. Cox;G. Ertl;R. Imbihl.
Physical Review Letters (1985)
Adsorption of oxygen on a Pd(111) surface studied by high resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS)
R. Imbihl;J.E. Demuth.
Surface Science (1986)
Oscillatory reactions on single crystal surfaces
Progress in Surface Science (1993)
The mechanism of the ``explosive'' NO + CO reaction on Pt(100): experiments and mathematical modeling
Th. Fink;J.-P. Dath;M.R. Bassett;R. Imbihl.
Surface Science (1991)
Mechanisms of spatial self‐organization in isothermal kinetic oscillations during the catalytic CO oxidation on Pt single crystal surfaces
M. Eiswirth;P. Möller;K. Wetzl;R. Imbihl.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1989)
Kinetic oscillations during the catalytic CO oxidation on Pd(110): The role of subsurface oxygen
S Ladas;R Imbihl;G Ertl.
Surface Science (1989)
Kinetic oscillations in the NO + CO reaction on Pt(100): Experiments and mathematical modeling
Th. Fink;J.‐P. Dath;R. Imbihl;G. Ertl.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1991)
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