Nanostructured Surfaces of Doped Alkali Halides

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Abstract

In this Chapter, we explore the fascinating world of the nanostructured (001) Suzuki surface of Mg\(^{2+}\) and Cd\(^{2+}\) doped NaCl single crystals—surfaces that have been recently rediscovered by noncontact AFM and Kelvin probe force microscopy in ultra-high vacuum. The surface morphology, the atomic surface structure and the identification of surface ions will be discussed. At the end of this Chapter two applications exemplify a nanostructured growth of functionalized molecules with polar substituents and metal nanoparticles on the Suzuki surface.

Keywords

Cation Vacancy Anion Vacancy Alkali Halide Alkali Halide Crystal Contrast Formation 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

The author expresses his great appreciation to A. S. Foster, T. Hynninen, C. R. Henry, B. Hoff, and in particular to A. L. Shluger and S. Gauthier for stimulating discussions. The author acknowledges the European Science Foundation for financial support through the FANAS project NOMCIS and the French agency for Research (Agence Nationale pour la Recherche, ANR) for financial support through the programs CANA and MISS. Support by the European COST through action D41 is highly acknowledged.

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