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O 109.9: Vortrag
Donnerstag, 19. März 2020, 17:00–17:15, TRE Phy
Revisiting the high temperature oxidation of Ni3Al(111) by in situ STM — •Tim Kratky1, Xinzhou Ma1,2, and Sebastian Günther1 — 1TUM, Dept. Chemie, Lichtenbergstr. 4, D-85748 Garching — 2Foshan University, Materials Science and Energy Engineering, CN-528000 Guangdong
The Ni3Al(111) surface was characterized during oxidation within the temperature range of 690-800 K by in situ scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), low energy electron diffraction (LEED) and auger electron spectroscopy (AES). Surface aluminum oxide formation is observed. Above 790 K, the known (√67×√67)R12.2∘ double layer oxide grows, which consists of two Al–O layers. Oxygen dosing at the lower temperature of 740±10 K leads to a single layer oxide showing a (7×7) moiré pattern. Surprisingly, when lowering the temperature below 720 K during oxygen exposure, a so far unknown bilayer oxide arises. At temperatures close to 720 K, the 2nd layer is ordered and a novel diffraction pattern with a (4√3× 4√3)R30∘ unit cell is observed with its hexagonal O lattice aligned to the support. Below 700 K, the 2nd oxide layer is still formed ontop of the single layer oxide but in a disordered state so that the LEED pattern of the single layer oxide with a (7× 7) moiré unit cell is observed again. Thus, the confusing fact arises that the (7× 7) LEED pattern may originate from both, a single- or a low temperature double layer oxide.