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Fluorine Atom Addition to the Diamond (111) Surface

  • Andrew Freedman (a1), Gary N. Robinson (a1) and Charter D. Stinespring (a1)

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Diamond (111) surfaces with the dehydrogenerated 2×1 reconstruction have been exposed to a beam of atomic fluorine at 300 K. The uptake of fluorine, as measured using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, is quite efficient and saturates at a coverage of less than a monolayer. Low energy electron diffraction patterns indicate that fluorine termination of the diamond surface produces a lxi bulk-like reconstruction in contrast to the disordered surface produced on the (100) surface.

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Fluorine Atom Addition to the Diamond (111) Surface

  • Andrew Freedman (a1), Gary N. Robinson (a1) and Charter D. Stinespring (a1)

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