His main research concerns Adsorption, Desorption, Analytical chemistry, Dissociation and Molecule. The various areas that he examines in his Adsorption study include Porosity, Porous medium, Amorphous solid, Thin film and Chemical engineering. His Desorption study combines topics in areas such as Monolayer, Carbon monoxide and Binding energy.
Zdenek Dohnálek has included themes like Methanol, Scanning tunneling microscope and Oxygen in his Dissociation study. His Scanning tunneling microscope study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogen and Density functional theory. His Oxygen research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry and Rutile.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Desorption, Adsorption, Scanning tunneling microscope, Analytical chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. His studies in Desorption integrate themes in fields like Ion, Monolayer, Rutile and Photochemistry. His research in Adsorption tackles topics such as Catalysis which are related to areas like Oxide and Nanoporous.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Molecule, Oxygen, Dissociation and Density functional theory. In the field of Analytical chemistry, his study on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy overlaps with subjects such as Kinetic energy. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Heterogeneous catalysis, Formaldehyde, Reactivity, Propanol and Chemisorption.
Zdenek Dohnálek mostly deals with Adsorption, Scanning tunneling microscope, Catalysis, Desorption and Oxide. The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry, Dissociation and Diffusion in addition to Adsorption. His research integrates issues of Density functional theory, Molecule, Oxygen, Analytical chemistry and Graphene in his study of Scanning tunneling microscope.
His work deals with themes such as Reactivity and Methanol, which intersect with Catalysis. His Desorption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photochemistry, Rutile and Molecular beam. His Oxide research incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Anatase.
His primary areas of investigation include Scanning tunneling microscope, Formaldehyde, Molecule, Inorganic chemistry and Monolayer. His Scanning tunneling microscope research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical physics, Rutile and Density functional theory. His work in Density functional theory tackles topics such as Analytical chemistry which are related to areas like Adsorption and van der Waals force.
His research on Formaldehyde frequently links to adjacent areas such as Desorption. The concepts of his Molecule study are interwoven with issues in Vacancy defect, Reaction intermediate and Dissociation. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Heterogeneous catalysis and Oxide.
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Controlling the morphology of amorphous solid water
Kip P. Stevenson;Gregory A. Kimmel;Zdenek Dohnalek;R. Scott Smith.
Experimental Investigation of the Interaction of Water and Methanol with Anatase−TiO2(101)
Gregory S. Herman;Zdenek Dohnalek;Nancy J. Ruzycki;Ulrike Diebold.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Thermally-driven processes on rutile TiO2(1 1 0)-(1 × 1): A direct view at the atomic scale
Zdenek Dohnalek;Igor Lyubinetsky;Roger J. Rousseau.
Progress in Surface Science (2010)
Control of amorphous solid water morphology using molecular beams. I. Experimental results
Gregory A. Kimmel;Kip P. Stevenson;Zdenek Dohnalek;R. Scott Smith.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
Imaging water dissociation on TiO2(110): Evidence for inequivalent geminate OH groups.
Zhenrong Zhang;Olexsandr Bondarchuk;Bruce D. Kay;J. M. White.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
Imaging Adsorbate O−H Bond Cleavage: Methanol on TiO2(110)
Zhenrong Zhang;Oleksandr Bondarchuk;J. M. White;Bruce D. Kay.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Crystalline ice growth on PT(111): observation of a hydrophobic water monolayer.
Greg A. Kimmel;Nikolay G. Petrik;Zdenek Dohnálek;Bruce D. Kay.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
No confinement needed: observation of a metastable hydrophobic wetting two-layer ice on graphene.
Gregory A. Kimmel;Jesper Matthiesen;Marcel Baer;Christopher J. Mundy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
The deposition angle-dependent density of amorphous solid water films
Zdenek Dohnalek;Greg A. Kimmel;Patrick Ayotte;R. Scott Smith.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
Physisorption of N2, O2, and CO on fully oxidized TiO2(110).
Zdenek Dohnalek;Jooho Kim;Oleksandr Bondarchuk;J. Mike White.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
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