High-order commensurate structures of CF[sub 4] on Cu(110) from interaction potential calculations

Marmier, A.; Hoang, P.N.M.; Ramseyer, C.; Girardet, C.
July 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/8/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p653
Academic Journal
Reports on potential energy calculations performed to interpret the high-order commensurate structures of carbon tetrafluoride layer adsorbed on copper determined from helium diffraction experiments. Finding that the most stable geometry is a low order commensurate phase; Diffraction intensities on the basis of eikonal approximation for elastic scattering.


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