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Reprinted with permission from M. , Phys. Rev. B60, 2033 (1999), 9 1999, The American Physical Society. FIG. 23. An STM image of a Pt3Sn(001) surface after sputtering and annealing low temperature annealing. 0 nA [89]. Reprinted with permission from M. , Phys. Rev. B60, 2033 (1999), 9 1999, The American Physical Society. ing at higher temperatures (1000 K) destroys the pyramids and large flat terraces are formed with residual atomic chains [89]. It is interesting to note that the metastable structures of the Pt3Sn(001) surface have been found in an early LEED study [90].

8 4. -8 . . . . , -4 . . . . . . . . 0 azimuthal angle . . , . . 4 . . . ) FIG. 10. Channeling patterns from the Pb(ll0) surface at different temperatures with 2000-eV Ne ions incident at qJ = 5~ The exit angle is measured from the surface and the azimuthal angle is measured from the [110] surface crystallographic direction [41]. (Reprinted with permission from S. , Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 3452 (1992), 9 1992, The American Physical Society. SURFACE CHARACTERIZATION:STRUCTUREAND TOPOGRAPHY 19 scattering intensity is high but decreases during film growth due to scattering off adatoms or island edges.

_............. 0 _ . 6 ~ \ J\ N , ~ ~ _ ~ - - ~ __ 100 200 ,. 300 400 0 . 2 . 1 . , ~ _ . 9. 7 _ 500 Energy [eV] FIG. 14. The He + LEIS spectra from an A1203 surface covered with approximately one monolayer of Rh [8]. Reprinted with permission from E. , 9 1997. some delay, also the O and A1 peaks. After some sputtering the Rh peak decreases again, whereas the O and A1 peak become stationary. The interpretation of such spectra is straight forward. Initially the surface including the Rh is covered with oxygen.

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