Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing

Turchanin A, Freyland W (2005)
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 87(17).

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Employing the scanning-tunneling-microscope pulse technique with a tungsten tip, we studied the nanostructuring of Bi (0001) surfaces at room temperature. A controlled extraction of Bi and its reversible deposition is demonstrated by simply changing the pulse polarity. Periodic nanostructures of dots, holes, lines, and grooves were written in the point and line mode of the scanner which exhibit a relatively high stability over a period of up to 22 days. Our data indicate that during the nanostructuring a Bi nanobridge forms between tungsten tip and substrate on a time scale of similar to 100 mu s. (C) 2005 American Institute of Physics.
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Turchanin A, Freyland W. Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 2005;87(17).
Turchanin, A., & Freyland, W. (2005). Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 87(17).
Turchanin, A., and Freyland, W. (2005). Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 87.
Turchanin, A., & Freyland, W., 2005. Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 87(17).
A. Turchanin and W. Freyland, “Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing”, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, vol. 87, 2005.
Turchanin, A., Freyland, W.: Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 87, (2005).
Turchanin, Andrey, and Freyland, W. “Nanostructuring of Bi(0001) surfaces with the scanning tunneling microscope: Writing of periodic Bi structures by bias voltage pulsing”. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 87.17 (2005).
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