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Quantifying stacking faults and vacancies in thin convectively assembled colloidal crystals

Author:
Wei, H.   Meng, L.   Jun, Y.   Norris, D. J.  


Journal:
Applied Physics Letters


Issue Date:
2006


Abstract(summary):

The authors determine the concentration and distribution of stacking faults and vacancies in colloidal crystals between 3 and 11 layers thick grown via convective assembly. The average stacking parameter rises from 0.1 for samples 3 layers thick to 0.8 for >= 6 layers. For samples >= 6 layers, the authors also find that the stacking faults are less likely to be near the substrate. The average vacancy concentration is 2.1 x 10(-3) per unit cell. Surprisingly, the layer-averaged vacancy concentration is lowest in the layer nearest the substrate and highest in the next nearest layer. (c) 2006 American Institute of Physics.


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