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DATE

2001-01

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A. Mougin, C. Dufour, N. Maloufi, K. Dumesnil, Ph. Mangin

ABSTRACT

: Single crystal RFe2(110) films were grown by molecular beam epitaxy to a total thickness of 1000 Å at different substrate temperatures ranging from 450 °C to 660 °C. The first stages of growth and the surface morphology of the deposited layers have been studied using Reflection High Energy Electron Diffraction (RHEED) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). The growth is first strained but further deposit induces the formation of three-dimensional fully relaxed islands. Subsequently, the morphology of the RFe2(110) nanosystems evolves from anisotropic dots to a smooth surface, as a function of the preparation parameters, i.e. nominal thickness and substrate temperature. It also depends on the rare earth involved in the compound. More... »

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289-296

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/pl00011088

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