Dmitry Muzychenko

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Discrete image-potential states (ISs) are revealed at double-walled carbon nanotubes by means of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and scanning tunneling spectroscopy (STS) in the distance-voltage z(V) spectroscopy mode. The nanotubes are supported by flat Au(111) substrates. Due to the high sensitivity of the hot IS electrons to local variations of the(More)
We report the results of theoretical and UHV STM investigations of low frequency tunneling current noise spectra component (1/f) in vicinity of individual impurity atoms on the InAs (110) surface. It is found that power law exponent of tunneling current noise spectra strongly differs for measurements above flat surface and above impurity atom. Obtained(More)
Magnetic monolayer and bilayer Co islands of only a few nanometer in size were grown by atomic deposition on atomically flat Au(111) films. The islands were studied in situ by scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and spectroscopy at low temperatures. Spin-resolved tunneling spectroscopy, using an STM tip with a magnetic coating, revealed that the Co islands(More)
We report on the experimental observation by scanning tunneling microscopy at low temperature of ring-like features that appear around Co metal islands deposited on a clean (110) oriented surface of cleaved p-type InAs crystals. These features are visible in spectroscopic images within a certain range of negative tunneling bias voltages due to the presence(More)
We have investigated the morphologic and electronic properties of self-organized nanosized Cr islands grown on atomically flat Au(111) surfaces by means of low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy under ultra-high vacuum conditions. We observe the existence of an electronic surface state on the Cr islands, which manifests itself(More)
Stacking faults are known as defective structures in crystalline materials that typically lower the structural quality of the material. Here, we show that a particular type of defect, that is, stacking fault tetrahedra (SFTs), exhibits pronounced quantized electronic behaviour, revealing a potential synthetic route to decoupled nanoparticles in metal films.(More)
By means of ion bombardment of clean Au(111) films, atomically flat nanoparticles of various shapes and sizes were created, ranging from several tens of nm(2) down to only a few nm(2). Both two-dimensional Au islands as well as one-dimensional Au nanowire-like structures have been investigated by means of low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and(More)
The formation of a novel surface reconstruction upon Co deposition on freshly cleaved Ge(111)2 × 1 surfaces is studied by means of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) at 4.5 K. Previously we demonstrated that at this low substrate temperature the deposited Co atoms remain immobile after they become embedded underneath the Ge(111)2 × 1 surface. We now(More)
We report on the adsorption of Te adatoms on Au(1 1 1), which are identified and investigated relying on scanning tunnelling microscopy, Auger electron spectroscopy, and density functional theory. The Te adatoms lift the 23  ×  √3 surface reconstruction of the Au(1 1 1) support and their organization is similar to that of previously reported chalcogen(More)
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