Inelastic Electron Spectroscopy Study.
Final rept. 2 Apr-31 Dec 73,
DAYTON UNIV OHIO RESEARCH INST
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Activities regarding the design, construction and testing of equipment necessary for sample preparation and the inelastic electron tunneling spectrometer are described in detail. To successfully prepare a tunnel junction the supplied vacuum had to be made functional and then modified so that the following functions could be performed 1 metal evaporation, 2 metal oxidation by glow discharge and 3 oxide contamination through bleed-in devices. Many of the difficulties encountered and the procedures used to eliminate them are discussed. Experimental tunnel junction spectral data are included and discussed in view of existing literature. Author
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Solid State Physics