Studies of orientation of carbon by core electron energy loss spectroscopy

Cheung, T. T. P.
May 1985
Applied Physics Letters;5/1/1985, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p825
Academic Journal
Orientation ordering of graphite layers on surfaces of carbon has been investigated using electron energy loss spectroscopy. The ordering is monitored by the orientation dependence of the line shape of the carbon K edge. The effects of ion sputtering on the orientation ordering are also examined.


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