STM study of the Ni(110)-(2 × 1)-2CO system: structure and bonding-site determination
The structure of the Ni(110)-(2 × 1)-2CO system has been studied with scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) at room temperature. Contrary to many previous studies, it is found that atomically-resolved STM imaging of CO molecules is attainable. By comparing the apparent CO adlayer registry with coadsorbed low concentrations of O and S, it is found that the CO molecules bond in short-bridge sites along the Ni [11̄0] rows and alternately tilt away from the normal direction within the (001) plane. © 1995.
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Sprunger, P., Besenbacher, F., & Stensgaard, I. (1995). STM study of the Ni(110)-(2 × 1)-2CO system: structure and bonding-site determination. Surface Science, 324 (1) https://doi.org/10.1016/0039-6028(94)00778-0