STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF THE CLEAN Co(1120) SURFACE BY LEED

Abstract

The atomic structure of the (1120) surface of cobalt has been determined by LEED using six intensity spectra at normal incidence. The surface exhibits the truncated bulk structure with a contraction of the first interlayer spacing by about 8.5% with respect to the bulk value. Quantitative evaluation of the LEED spectra was done using Zanazzi and Jona’s and Pendry’s r-factors. The minimum averaged r-factors are ?, = 0.09 and F, = 0.22. No change of the interatomic distances within the plane could be detected and no rearrangement of the surface structure takes place up to temperatures shortly below the transition temperature.

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@inproceedings{Welz2002STRUCTUREDO, title={STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF THE CLEAN Co(1120) SURFACE BY LEED}, author={Max Welz and Wendelin Moritz and Daniel E. Wolf}, year={2002} }