2006
DOI: 10.1103/physrevb.73.085418
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Abstract: The growth of ultrathin films of acetylene on KCl ͑100͒ single-crystal surfaces has been studied by means of low-energy electron diffraction ͑LEED͒ and polarization infrared spectroscopy ͑PIRS͒ in transmission geometry at 40 K. IR spectra in the region of the asymmetric stretch vibration 3 and the asymmetric bending mode 5 were recorded at different coverages. The PIRS spectra as well as the observed ͑ ͱ 2 ϫ ͱ 2͒R45°d iffraction pattern with two glide planes are consistent with a parallel orientation of the m…

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