Surface-Induced Order in Liquid Metals and Binary Alloys
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Shpyrko, O. G.
Ocko, B. M.
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CitationDiMasi, E., H. Tostmann, O. G. Shpyrko, M. Deutsch, Peter S. Pershan, and B. M. Ocko. 2000. Surface-induced order in liquid metals and binary alloys. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 12(8A): A209-A214.
AbstractMeasurements of the surface x-ray scattering from several pure liquid metals (Hg, Ga, and In) and from three alloys (Ga-Bi, Bi-In, and K-Na) with different heteroatomic chemical interactions in the bulk phase are reviewed. Surface-induced layering is found for each elemental liquid metal. The surface structure of the K-Na alloy resembles that of an elemental liquid metal. Bi-In displays pair formation at the surface. Surface segregation and a wetting film are found for Ga-Bi.
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