By R. Wiesendanger, D. Anselmetti (auth.), G. Benedek (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9401051887

ISBN-13: 9789401051880

ISBN-10: 9401126844

ISBN-13: 9789401126847

Layered crystals, characterised by means of a quasi-two-dimensional personality of convinced actual homes, play an engaging position in floor technology. firstly they supply very good inert substrates for epitaxial deposition and physisorption stories. The surfaces of layered crystals, in spite of the fact that, are fascinating of their personal correct simply because they make a appropriate type of low-dimensional phenomena available to floor probes. switch density waves, incommensurate buildings, phonon anomalies and excessive Tc superconductivity are popular examples.
This e-book collects a chain of evaluate articles written by way of extraordinary experts at the structural evaluate and spectroscopy of layered buildings with surface-sensitive probes akin to scanning microscopy and helium atom scattering, the theoretical research in their digital and vibrational floor states, and the research of physisorbed overlayers.

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V. COLEMAN ET AL. - • • • -. • • • • •• • ••• • • ••• •• • ••• I< 10 nm >I Fig. 7. 2 nA, V= 25 mY). 00 H-TaS2 300 K 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 DISTANCE (nm) Fig. 8. Profile of z-deflection measured along the black and white track aligned along a row of CDW maxima as shown in Fig. 7. The CDW amplitude undergoes a continuous - sinusoidal modulation with a period of - 6 CDW wavelengths. ) STM AND AFM OF LAYERED TRANSITION METAL COMPOUNDS 41 small. In fact, such interference modulation, although repeating at 6 COW wavelengths, reaches a minimum at the center of the COW domain where the COW maximum is in phase with the Ta atom in the metal layer below the surface.

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