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We have performed molecular dynamics simulations using a recently developed empirical many-body potential energy function to study the collision of the C60 isomer buckmin-sterfullerene with a hydrogen-terminated diamond surface. The simulations indicate that the cluster can react with the surface and has a larger probability of gaining atoms from the surface than of losing atoms to the surface. We have investigated the dependence of the reaction probability on the initial center-of-mass translational velocity of the cluster. The structures and energy distributions of the product clusters have been determined. Both inelastically and reactively scattered clusters have large amounts of internal energy which suggests that gas-phase dissociation is likely.
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