Physical Review B
Using a scanning transmission electron microscope with an electron beam size of ∼800 Å, we have found that unsaturated cesium intercalated graphite at 98±2 K exhibits multiple structural phases with a typical domain size of ∼1 μm. Electron diffraction patterns from individual structural islands were studied, and the p(2×2), p(3√×2), and p(3√×13−−√) in-plane superlattices were identified.
Electron beams; Graphite intercalation compounds
Citation: Pilot Scholars Version (Modified MLA Style)
Hwang, D. M.; Parker, N. W.; Utlaut, Mark; and Crewe, A. V., "Observation of nonhexagonal superlattices in high-stage cesium intercalated graphite" (1983). Physics Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 38.