# Any references for adsorption of ions to metal surfaces?

I'm specifically interested in ions that would adsorb to gold surfaces, however I would be incredibly appreciative if someone could direct me to a textbook reference or something more expansive, that i could use to reference in the future.

I've been doing some reading and found the following regarding Silver:
• Almost all late transition metals adsorb $CO$ and isoelectronic particles, like organic isocyanides. Some of them (including gold) also adsorb sulfides and derivitives of S(-2), like alkylsulfides and ditiocarbamates, but the latter bonds very strongly (many catalysts are poisoned by tiny amount of sulfur in the feed). I tried to find a good book in the past, but found that there is not comprehensive systematic book, since the field only recently gained tools to be studied effectively. Your best bet is google scholar with subsecuent begging your scientific friends for help to get the articles. – permeakra Jan 31 '14 at 8:38