Superstructure formation and faceting in the Cu(210)-O system studied by scanning tunneling microscopy
- The interaction of O on Cu(210) has been investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy. Adsorption at room temperature followed by high-temperature annealing leads to a series of mesoscopic superstructures ordered on different length scales ranging between 15 and 150 A. By contrast, adsorption at high temperatures leads to the formation of a (2x1) superstructure similar to that found on Cu(110).
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- Citation: Wee, A. T. S. et al. (1998). 'Superstructure formation and faceting in the Cu(210)-O system studied by scanning tunneling microscopy', Physical Review B, 58(12), R7548-R7551. [Available at http://prb.aps.org/]. © 1998 The American Physical Society.
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