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1. Examination of the concept of degree of rate control by first-principles kinetic Monte Carlo simulations

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2. Localisation and Detection of Buried Objects like Mines in Diverse Soils with Softcomputing Methods

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4. First-principles, atomistic thermodynamics for oxidation catalysis


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5. First-principles kinetic Monte Carlo simulations for heterogeneous catalysis, applied to the CO oxidation at RuO2(110)


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6. Surface Core-Level Shifts at an oxygen-rich Ru Surface: O/Ru(0001) vs. RuO_2(110)


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7. Composition and structure of the RuO2(110) surface in an O2 and CO environment: implications for the catalytic formation of CO2


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8. Composition, structure and stability of RuO_2(110) as a function of oxygen pressure


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9. Oxide formation at the surface of late 4d transition metals: Insights from first-principles atomistic thermodynamics


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10. The steady-state of heterogeneous catalysis, studied by first-principles statistical mechanics


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