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Core-Level Spectroscopy of the Ni/W(110) Interface: Correlation of W Interfacial Core LevelShifts with First-Layer Ni Phases
Surface Science
  • D. Mark Riffe, Utah State University
  • R. T. Franckowiak
  • N. D. Shinn
  • B. Kim
  • K. J. Kim
  • T. H. Kang
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
6-15-2008
DOI
10.1016/j.susc.2008.04.022
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Abstract
We have measured W 4f7/2 core-level photoemission spectra from W(1 1 0) in the presence of Ni overlayers, from ∼0.2 to ∼3 monolayers. Interfacial core-level shifts associated with first-layer Ni phases have been identified: −230 ± 15 meV for the 1 × 1 pseudomorphic phase and −70 ± 7 meV for the 7 × 1 close-packed commensurate phase. At higher Ni coverages the interfacial core-level shift is −100 ± 10 meV. These shifts are analyzed using the partial-shift model of Nilsson et al. [Phys. Rev. B 38 (1988) 10357]; the analysis indicates that the difference in binding energies between the 1 × 1 and 7 × 1 phases has a large contribution from structural differences between the two phases.
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Citation Information
"Core-Level Spectroscopy of the Ni/W(110) Interface: Correlation of W Interfacial Core Level Shifts with First-Layer Ni Phases," D. M. Riffe, R. T. Franckowiak, N. D. Shinn, B. Kim, K. J. Kim, and T.-H. Kang, Surface Science 602, 2039 (2008) (doi:10.1016/j.susc.2008.04.022).