Formation of a silicon terminated (100) diamond surface
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We report the preparation of an ordered silicon terminated diamond (100) surface with a two domain 3×1 reconstruction as determined by low energy electron diffraction. Based on the dimensions of the surface unit cell and on chemical information provided by core level photoemission spectra, a model for the structure is proposed. The termination should provide a homogeneous, nuclear, and electron spin-free surface for the development of future near-surface diamond quantum device architectures.
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