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Computational Catalysis

A procedure that takes into account surface structure, adsorbate–adsorbate interactions, and reaction conditions for all heterogeneous catalysts. The thermodynamic analysis of the system was presented, and it was explained how this can be used to obtain coverage-dependent adsorption energies and surface phase diagrams, as well as equilibrium surface properties from the converged material. In addition, it enables the average properties of longer surfaces to be simulated under fixed temperature and chemical potential conditions, allowing access to average coverages, heat capacities, and phase behavior. Finally, we explain how these can be used to describe surface kinetic processes like diffusion or adsorption and how they relate surface properties to reaction conditions.

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