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You can generate your surfaces at the the following site by clicking here.
FeSi2 surface showing lots of steps
47 Fe atoms arranged in a circle on a Ni surface at 4K using a scaning tunelling microscope (STM ) from IBM Almaden Research Labs. Other neat STM images can be seen at STM Image Gallery.
Si(111) (7x7) reconstruction
The IBM logo flypast movie that we saw in class can be viewed/downloaded from IBM logo as a .MPG file. You need an MPEG viewer to see the movie.
NaCl surface imaged at OSU
Interesting images of self-assembled monolayers (SAM)
At IBM Zurich and NIST.
Updated by P.R. Watson on January 31, 2007.
Created by R. Nafshun