|Title:||Black-Body Radiation Results in the Activation Theory||Authors:||Su, Der-Ruenn||Issue Date:||Apr-1995||Publisher:||臺北市:國立臺灣大學物理系所||Journal Volume:||v.33||Start page/Pages:||181-194||Source:||Chinese Journal of Physics||Abstract:||
Activation energy (A-W) is regarded as a requirement for an energy-conserved process
or reaction to initiate atomic exchanges. Stimulation of this kind, with the requirement
of such an extra type of energy, occurs in many situations. We give a simple review with
emphasis on hydrogen chemisorption on a solid surface. 1Ve attribute the extra energy
as being used to activate the atom or molecule to pass through an AV static barrier.
In a statistical approach, we find that XV can exist only if there are tunnelling states.
AV is calculated to have discrete increases as the temperature increases. \Ve conclude
that for high temperatures, black-body radiation occurs for this atomic desorption.
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