By Richard C. Alkire, Heinz Gerischer, Dieter M. Kolb, Charles W. Tobias
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1001 nevertheless presented good-quality largescale STM images of Si(100) with steps visible after extended tip scanning. One view of the surface is shown in Fig. 18b. The measured step height of 4 A, is however surprising and might be indicative of the formation of biatomic steps. In other sequences the authors showed that step edges migrate under the tip while the surface smoothens. Hsiao et al. [loll studied the roughness of Si(ll1) after exposure to 40% ammonium fluoride (NH4F). The authors started with a surface covered by an oxide layer and had to thin it down before STM imaging.
4)). - tential in the space charge layer is quadratic as usual (broken-line profile). Close to the tip the profile of bands is inverted under the surface (solid line). The potential barrier seen by electrons in the semiconductor is locally reduced by the positive charge at the tip extremity, in analogy with the modulation of the potential in MOS structures when fixed charges are localized in the oxide layer4 . The size of the disk 9 in Eqn. (4) is related to the screening distances of the potential pocket under the tip, typically the Debye length toward the bulk of the substrate, and the width of the space charge layer (a few 100nm) laterally, since this potential well allow lateral conduction of electrons.
Without P2S5 the surface of GaAs is conversely terminated by a sulfur layer while the excess arsenic is removed by formation of a compound A s & , . Sulfur being only physisorbed [I661 and the sulfide layer poorly adhesive . STM imaging is impossible also because the overlayer degrades under the tip . The As$, phase also oxidizes in air , which is another factor that is unfavorable to tunneling. Formation of oxide clusters underneath the layer might also contribute to tip instability.
Advances in electrochemical science and engineering by Richard C. Alkire, Heinz Gerischer, Dieter M. Kolb, Charles W. Tobias