A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.II The Alkali-Metals by J. Newton Friend

By J. Newton Friend

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67] involves recombination of the two H atoms from a single dihydride, leading to first-order kinetics. If desorption from the dihydride phase involves two dihydrides, it is difficult to imagine a transition state similar to that for desorption from the monohydride phase. Shane et al. felt that the evidence for second-order kinetics from the dihydride phase was not conclusive [67], though the more recent TPD measurements of Flowers et al. [40] add support for a second-order process. If the dihydride desorption mechanism is different from the monohydride mechanism, the similar energy distributions cannot be simply explained by a common transition state.

However, Jing et al. [81] pointed out that if the dihydride formation step is not ratelimiting, the observed activation energy would not simply be the activation energy of this final step. Instead, the apparent activation energy would be the sum of the dihydride desorption activation energy with the energy difference between the monohydride and dihydride (assuming fast equilibrium between these species). They took the difference between the monohydride and dihydride energies as 7 . 5 kcal/mol. This result agrees well with experiment, though the monohydride-dihydride energy difference is not derived from first principles.

Nachtigall and Jordan [89] discuss the differences among these three calculations. No experimental activation barriers are available to test these predictions. Having rejected a diffusion limited mechanism, Wu et al. [86] proposed that formation of the dihydride was rate-limiting. In order for this mechanism to obey first-order kinetics, the active defect site must bind one H atom, so that binding the second H atom is rate-limiting. The structure around the defect was not specified, so that the activation energy for this step could not be calculated.

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