volume 105, issue 2, PK119-K124 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221050254
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Abstract: It is well known that the atomic arrangement at metal surfaces (especially at transition metal surfaces) often differs from that expected from the bulk crystal structure. In addition, it has been observed (by LEED etc. ) that the interlayer spacing near the metal surface is considerably different from that in the bulk. Detailed information on this subject (surface relaxation and reconstruction) is given in the review article by Andersson /1/ and recent works by Van Hove et al. /2/ k d by Debe and King /3/. Fo…

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