Self-assembly of metal nanostructures on binary alloy surfaces

@inproceedings{Dugueta2011SelfassemblyOM,
  title={Self-assembly of metal nanostructures on binary alloy surfaces},
  author={T. Dugueta and Yong Hanc and Chad Yuena and Dapeng Jinga and Bar and {\"U}nald and J. W. Evanse and P. A. Thiela},
  year={2011}
}
  • T. Dugueta, Yong Hanc, +5 authors P. A. Thiela
  • Published 2011
Deposition of metals on binary alloy surfaces offers new possibilities for guiding the formation of functional metal nanostructures. This idea is explored with scanning tunneling microscopy studies and atomistic-level analysis and modeling of nonequilibrium island formation. For Au/NiAl(110), complex monolayer structures are found and compared with the simple fcc(110) bilayer structure recently observed for Ag/NiAl(110). We also consider a more complex codeposition system, ðNiþ AlÞ∕NiAlð110… CONTINUE READING

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