On the structure of Si(113)

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Abstract

The structure of the (113) face of Si has received a large amount of interest recently because of its high stability, despite having a high index. There remains some controversy about the surface reconstruction, various groups having reported observations of both 3 × 1 and 3 × 2 structures. We have obtained atomically resolved STM images of this surface showing areas of 3 × 1 reconstructed surface, the structure of which matches a modified version of a previously proposed model. In addition we have also obtained CITS images showing the complex underlying reconstruction and spectroscopy measurements which are comparable with a recent ARUPS study of the same surface. © 1993.

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Hadley, M. J., Tear, S. P., Röttger, B., & Neddermeyer, H. (1993). On the structure of Si(113). Surface Science, 280(3), 258–264. https://doi.org/10.1016/0039-6028(93)90679-E

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