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Composition dependent nanocolumn tilting angle during the oblique angle co-deposition
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(Color online) Typical top view (left column) and cross-sectional view (right column) SEM images of SiCu composite nanorods with different Si/Cu composition: (a) Si 100%, Cu 0%; (b) Si ∼ 50%, Cu ∼ 50%; (c) Si ∼ 25%, Cu ∼ 75%; and (d) Si 0%, Cu 100%.

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(Color online) The nanorod tilting angle β versus the Cu concentration C Cu for fixed deposition angle θ = 88°. The dashed red curve is the fitting using a third-degree polynomial while the solid blue curve is the result from the statistical model.

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(Color online) The atomic configurations of Si and Cu atoms in adjacent two layers, the corresponding tilting angles and their probabilities related to Si and Cu’s compositions. Here A and B atoms represent Si and Cu atoms, and c A and c B are their corresponding compositions.

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Scitation: Composition dependent nanocolumn tilting angle during the oblique angle co-deposition
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/100/3/10.1063/1.3676665
10.1063/1.3676665
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