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Thin NaCl films on silver (001): island growth and work function
New Journal of Physics
The surface work function (WF) and substrate temperature dependence of the NaCl thin-film growth on Ag(001) have been studied by noncontact atomic force microscopy and Kelvin probe force microscopy. In the sub-monolayer range, the NaCl film is composed of large crystalline islands, which decrease in density and increase in size with increasing temperature during deposition. Each island is composed of a large base island 2 monolayers (ML) thick (for T > 343 K), which collects impinging NaCldoi:10.1088/1367-2630/14/10/103037 fatcat:7dzrotafgzedbpvl5rhgqg2s2y