By George Gruner
Discusses the theoretical and experimental scenario of 2 novel sorts of damaged symmetry floor states of metals, cost, and spin density waves. DLC: cost density waves.
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The contrast between domains and domain walls is an electronic effect which can be attributed to the lateral interaction of the Xe atoms within the adsorbate layer. This lateral interaction is strongly dependent on the interatomic distance as has been shown for the occupied states of the Xe monolayer [11,12]. In Fig. 2 V) the interaction causes a broadening of the unoccupied Xe bands in the compressed areas of the domains. These are then contributing to the tunneling current at lower gap voltages as compared to the domain-wall regions, which consequently appear darker in the STM images.
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