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Structural properties of -multivalent metal composite layers grown by molecular beam epitaxy
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TEM bright-field electron micrograph (a) and a selected area diffraction pattern (b) of a composite layer with the molecular ratio of 25.

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Structure model of -multivalent metal composite materials.

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Absorption coefficient spectra at room temperature of a pure layer and composite layers with different molecular ratios.

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Raman scattering spectra of pure and composite layers with the molecular ratio of 25 taken using 532 nm radiation.

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Arrhenius plot of conductivity of a composite layer with the molecular ratio of 25.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Cell temperatures with different ratios of metal to .

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TABLE II.

Vickers hardness values of pure and -metal composite layers.

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TABLE III.

Conductivity at room temperature in air of pure and -metal composite layers.

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Scitation: Structural properties of C60-multivalent metal composite layers grown by molecular beam epitaxy
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/avs/journal/jvstb/28/3/10.1116/1.3276444
10.1116/1.3276444
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