Atomic structure of the c(4 x 2) surface reconstruction of Ge(001) as determined by X-ray diffraction
The c(4 X 2) reconstruction of Ge(001) has been studied by x-ray diffraction of 150 K by measuring in-plane reflections and out-of-plane intensities of fractional order rods. The structure consists of an alternate arrangement of buckled dimers (tilt angle 19° • 1°) along the  and  surface directions. The dimer rows are not straight along the  direction but show a slight zigzag with an amplitude of 0.340 • 0.005 Å.
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Ferrer, S, Torrelles, X, Etgens, V. H, van der Vegt, H. A, & Fajardo, P. (1995). Atomic structure of the c(4 x 2) surface reconstruction of Ge(001) as determined by X-ray diffraction. Phys.Rev.Lett., 75, 1771–1774.