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Growth of Au on A Ge (111) Surface

  • D. N. Dunn (a1), P. Xu (a1) and L. D. Marks (a1)

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We investigate the room temperature growth of evaporated Au thin films on both clean and dirty single crystal Ge (111) substrates. The annealing behavior of these films was then examined under low and high temperatures.

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Growth of Au on A Ge (111) Surface

  • D. N. Dunn (a1), P. Xu (a1) and L. D. Marks (a1)

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