Epitaxial growth of a silicene sheet

@article{Lalmi2010EpitaxialGO,
  title={Epitaxial growth of a silicene sheet},
  author={B. Lalmi and H. Oughaddou and H. Enriquez and Abdelkader Karae and S. Vizzini and B. Ealet and B. Aufray},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={97},
  pages={223109}
}
Using atomic resolved scanning tunneling microscopy, we present here the experimental evidence of a silicene sheet (graphenelike structure) epitaxially grown on a close-packed silver surface [Ag(111)]. This has been achieved via direct condensation of a silicon atomic flux onto the single-crystal substrate in ultrahigh vacuum conditions. A highly ordered silicon structure, arranged within a honeycomb lattice, is synthesized and present two silicon sublattices occupying positions at different… Expand
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