High-Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy and Surface Structure
The potential of high-resolution surface infrared spectroscopy as a structural tool is assessed by combining results on the Si(100)–(2 × 1)H system with ab initio cluster calculations. It is shown that a complete determination of the geometry and vibrational parameters can be obtained.
KeywordsElectron Energy Loss Spectroscopy Step Edge Step Mode Step Atom LEED Pattern
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