Low Temperature Adsorption of Helium on Quench-Condensed Solid Neon Probed by Electron Emission from the Solid
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Cyclotron resonance of free electrons (ECR) emitted from the solid Ne under VUV irradiation is observed. A flow of He gas supplied to the substrate avoiding a gas discharge zone is found to decrease the ECR amplitude. The decrease has been attributed to different mechanisms at the sample temperatures of 4.2 K and 1.6 K. He monolayer formation on the Ne surface is suggested in the low temperature region.
Keywords4He layer Ne solid EPR ECR Electron emission
PACS52.50.Sw 79.60.-i 79.75.+g
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