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Solid State Communications
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Intrinsic step-related surface states and 4f-core levels on Ir(332)

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Using angle-resolved photoemission, we have identified a new surface state on Ir(332), which can be unambigously associated with step sites. This state is located near the Fermi level and can be distinguished from a terrace-related state by preferential adsorption of hydrogen on the rows of step atoms. Terrace and step atoms are shown to exhibit different 4f-core level binding energies, a fact which can be used to independently monitor preferential adsorption. © 1981.

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01 Jan 1981

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Solid State Communications

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