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2. Automatic recorder tracings of representative diffraction beams. Numbers on curves indicate orders of diffraction. FARNSWORTH A combination of the two methods in a single apparatus, or the equivalent, has some advantages. IV. ’ Torr (mm Hg). This requirement has led many members of the younger generation to conclude incorrectly that only recently developed ultrahigh vacuum techniques, usually associated with the period since the development of the Baird-Alpert (BL) ion gauge, are adequate for this work.
Phys. 32, 411 (1961). 36. Ehrlich, C . , in “Structure and Propertios of Thin Films” (C. A. Neugebauer, J. B. Newkirk, and D. A. ), p. 423. Wiley, New York, 1959). 37. Holland, B. , private communication, 1963. The Clean S i ngle-Crystal-Surface Approach t o Surface React ions H. E. FARNSWORTH Barus Physics Laboratory, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island I. Introduction ........................................................ 11. TheCleanSurface ....................................................
We have attempted without success to apply their methods to results obtained in this laboratory. Their model requires relatively large changes in positions of surface atoms as well as appreciable changes in atomic positions in several of the underlying atomic planes with simplifying assumptions concerning inner potential and shadowing effects. Before the results of their computations can be accepted, it must be shown that the method is applicable to several crystals including metals. It is of considerable interest to learn if the surface structure of a cleaved crystal is similar to that of one cleaned by ion bombardment and annealing.