Ni-55 nanocluster: a density functional theory study of the binding energy of nickel and ethylene adsorption

2012-01-01
Yilmazer, Nusret Duygu
Fellah, Mehmet Ferdi
Önal, Işık
Ethylene adsorption on a Ni-55 nanocluster was studied by Weal IS of the density functional theory (DFT)/B3LYP using the basis sets of 6-31G(d,p) and 86-411(41d)G in Gaussian 03. The Ni-55 nanocluster was found to have a distorted icosahedral geometry, in accordance with the experimental findings. The binding energy value for the Ni-55 nanocluster was calculated to be 3.51 eV/atom using equilibrium geometry calculations. The estimated bulk nickel binding energy was in reasonable agreement with the experimental value (4.85 versus 4.45 eV/atom). In addition, equilibrium geometry calculations were performed for ethylene adsorption on the Ni-55 nanocluster for 2 different coordination numbers of 6 and 8 with pi-adsorption modes. The related adsorption energies were computed as -0.87 and -0.68 eV, respectively.
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Citation Formats
N. D. Yilmazer, M. F. Fellah, and I. Önal, “Ni-55 nanocluster: a density functional theory study of the binding energy of nickel and ethylene adsorption,” TURKISH JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, pp. 55–67, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/31274.