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The Interaction of Bulk Defects with Surface Reconstructions

  • D. N. Dunn (a1), L. D. Marks (a1) and K. L. Merkle (a2)


It is demonstrated by ultra-high vacuum transmission electron microscopy that subsurface dislocations and stacking faults strongly interact with the Au (001) (5×n) surface reconstruction. This effect is found in both bulk single crystal and thin fílm samples.



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