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Using the morphological differences of low and high index surfaces as templates for metal growth, several low dimensional overlayer structures with novel structural and electronic properties can be formed. We present here a first report on submonolayer adsorption and residual thermal desorption studies of In adatoms on reconstructed high index Si (55 12)-2x1 surface and compare it with the observations on planar Si (111) -7 x 7 surface. The study is done by using in-situ Ultra High Vacuumdoi:10.1016/j.susc.2010.08.006 fatcat:qth3k456pfatjfxs77u7ymhorm