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The Determination of Step Heights on the Non-Uhv Heat-Treated MgO (100) Surface by CBED

  • Simon King (a1), Stuart McKernan (a1) and C. Barry Carter (a1)

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Conditions are established whereby step heights may be measured in the acid-washed and air-annealed MgO single-crystals currently employed as substrates for pulsed-laser-deposition. Preliminary data indicates that the steps are typically a few nanometers in height.

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The Determination of Step Heights on the Non-Uhv Heat-Treated MgO (100) Surface by CBED

  • Simon King (a1), Stuart McKernan (a1) and C. Barry Carter (a1)

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