1 article(s) from Heinke, Lars
Model of a binary oxide surface. Point defects such as color centers, which are preferably situated...
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Experimental setup. a) Schematic of an Eigler-style bath cryostat. b) The walker unit is situated o...
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The same tip senses both signals. (a–d) Pairs of simultaneously recorded signal curves from the fre...
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Energetic levels. a) The Fermi levels of tip and sample when they are not electrically connected. b...
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Magnesium oxide surface. a) Atomically resolved image recorded by NC-AFM. The position I and II ind...
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Spectroscopy on point defects. a) NC-AFM image of 21 nm × 9 nm measured at a frequency shift of Δf ...
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Dependence on tip-sample distance. Constant height line-scans across an F0 defect situated at a ste...
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Dependence on tip-sample distance. a) Shift of the resonance frequency of a Pt0.9Ir0.1 tip on a reg...
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Color centers on MgO. The left labeling assigns numbers to the defect types. The left graph shows t...
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Atomic resolution NC-AFM image of a straight antiphase domain boundary (type I) in the aluminum oxi...
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Height proﬁles. a) Cutout from Figure 10. White lines indicate positions where line proﬁles have been taken ...
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Spectroscopy on aluminum oxide. a) STM image of a thin ﬁlm of aluminum oxide on NiAl(110), 18 nm × ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2011, 2, 1–14, doi:10.3762/bjnano.2.1
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