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This paper discusses a novel deposition route of size-selected metal clusters, specifically Ag-N(+) (where N = 2700), on graphite. The Clusters are produced via a magnetron sputtering, gas aggregation cluster beam source and are size selected via a lateral tirne-of-flight mass filter. These Clusters are deposited on a highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) target predecorated with surface defects via Ar+ sputtering. Scanning tunnelling spectroscopy (STM) reveals a stable, randomly dispersed array of Ag-2700 clusters after deposition.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Feb 2006|
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PLATFORM: Nanostructured Surfaces
Palmer, R., Guo, Q., Harrison, R., Heath, J., Jones, I., Li, Z., Moss, P. & Robinson, A.
Engineering & Physical Science Research Council
1/12/02 → 31/05/07
Project: Research Councils