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Interface reconstruction in V-oxide heterostructures determined by x-ray absorption spectroscopy
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13.Here we should note that there are three types of reconstruction. Electronic reconstruction involves a rearrangement of electrons keeping the total number of electrons the same. Ionic reconstruction involves a rearrangement of ions at the surface or interfaces forming a new structure which does not have a polarity discontinuity. Chemical reconstruction involves a change in the density of ions at the surface or interfaces.
21.Here we have to consider only the top surface because the compensating charge on the other side has to be there for charge neutrality but does not further affect our spectroscopy.
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