English, Article edition: ADSORPTION AND REACTION OF NITRIC OXIDE ON Si(111)-Au SURFACES T. NISHIMURA; K. HATTORI; K. KATAOKA; ...

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  • ADSORPTION AND REACTION OF NITRIC OXIDE ON Si(111)-Au SURFACES
Author
  • T. NISHIMURA
  • K. HATTORI
  • K. KATAOKA
  • Y. SHIMAMOTO
  • H. DAIMON
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  • We studied adsorption and reaction of nitric oxide on Si(111)7 Ã 7, 5 Ã 2-Au, $\alpha-\sqrt{3},\times \sqrt{3}-{\rm Au}$, $\beta-\sqrt{3} \times \sqrt{3}-{\rm Au}$, and 6 Ã 6-Au surfaces with low-energy electron diffraction, Auger electron spectroscopy, and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). We found that NO gas reacts most strongly with the 7 Ã 7 surface, strongly with the 5 Ã 2-Au surface, and little with the other Si(111)-Au surfaces. STM results indicated that the NO exposure removes adatoms and erodes the row structure on the 5 Ã 2-Au surface at room temperature.
  • Nitric oxide, silicon, gold, chemical reactions, Auger electron spectroscopy (AES), scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), 68.47.Fg, 82.37.Np, 82.80.Pv, 61.14.Hg, 68.37.Ef
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:13:y:2006:i:02:p:191-196
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