Structure elements of self-assembled monolayers (see also Refs. 4 and 5).
XAS for SAMs, at 50 and (for polarization, i.e., E-vector perpendicular to the surface normal; after Ref. 11).
PSD of neutrals by resonant excitation from at and at (-polarized light).
Initial desorption cross sections from (top) and (bottom) .
Saturation behavior of beam damage as a function of temperature: Relative change of layer thickness after extended irradiation for (top) and (bottom).
Relative amounts of sulfur containing species after exposure to .
TD spectra of (left) and (right) from chemisorbed layers on the surface as a function of the heating rate (after Ref. 17, in perfect agreement with Ref. 19).
Electron induced modifications of TD spectra from a saturated chemisorbed layer of as a function of (homogeneously distributed) electron exposure.
TD peak areas as a function of electron exposure.
TD spectra obtained after electron irradiation (full lines) and after readsorption of (broken lines). Readsorption was done by dosing an amount of corresponding to a full bilayer after the post-irradiation TD spectrum (full line) was completed. Because no annealing was applied in order not to disturb peak shapes, small multilayer contributions are visible at the leading edges of the readsorption spectra.
TD spectra obtained after large homogeneous electron exposures.
XPS data for the range obtained after electron irradiation , and after electron irradiation and TD up to ( radiation ); smooth lines are fitting results.
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