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Title: Oxygen-induced p(3 x 1) reconstruction of the W(100) surface
Author: SHVETS, IGOR
MURPHY, SHANE
Sponsor: 
Name Grant Number
00/PI.1/C042

Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/ivchvets
http://people.tcd.ie/shmurphy
Keywords: STM
tungsten-oxide films
adsorption
oxidation
resonstruction
WO3(001)
Atomic, molecular and chemical physics
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Murphy, S.; Manai, G.; Shvets, I. V., Oxygen-induced p(3 x 1) reconstruction of the W(100) surface, Surface Science, 579, 1, 2005, 65-72
Series/Report no.: Surface Science;
579;
1;
Abstract: The oxidation of the W(100) surface at elevated temperatures has been studied using room temperature STM and LEED. High exposure of the clean surface to O-2 at 1500 K followed by flash-annealing to 2300 K in UHV results in the formation of a novel p(3 x 1) reconstruction, which is imaged by STM as a missing-row structure on the surface. Upon further annealing in UHV, this surface develops a floreted LEED pattern characteristic of twinned microdomains of monoclinic WO., while maintaining the p(3 x 1) missing-row Structure. Atomically resolved STM images of this surface show a complex domain structure with single and double W < 010 > rows coexisting on the surface in different domains.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/55892
Related links: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.susc.2005.01.048
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