Computer Controlled LEED Intensity and Spot Profile Determination
Surface-structure analysis, investigations of the degree of order and studies of surface phase changes by means of LEED require collecting as well as handling a large amount of data. Rapid data acquisition was achieved through the computer-controlled system DATALEED designed several years ago, which in the meantime has shown its capabilities in various examples. Applications with respect to surface structure transitions [K/Ir(100), Ir(100)l × 1 → 1 × 5] are given.
KeywordsLEED Pattern Fast Memory Luminescent Screen Rapid Data Acquisition Faraday Collector
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