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Oxygen-assisted control of surface morphology in nonepitaxial sputter growth of Ag
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10.1063/1.2388140
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(Color online) Grazing incidence specular reflectivity of thin Ag films prepared as a function of pressure . The increased number of observed fringes from to 2 is due to decreasing Ag roughness. The solid lines are the fitting curves.

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(Color online) Complementary measurements demonstrating the appearance of a Ag oxide phase in films prepared with pressure : (a) x-ray diffraction from thick and thin (inset) films and (b) electrical resistivity (thin films). In (a), the peaks labeled A and B are due to the pure Ag (fcc) phase, and those labeled C, D, and E are from (the peak “” is unidentified); the inset shows scans taken at the position of peak C (open squares: ; closed circles: ).

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Grazing incidence specular reflectivity from multilayers fabricated with pressures and . In both cases, Ag and Co layers of approximately equal thicknesses were deposited.

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Scitation: Oxygen-assisted control of surface morphology in nonepitaxial sputter growth of Ag
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/20/10.1063/1.2388140
10.1063/1.2388140
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