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With higher mis-cut angles the single atomic layer steps give way to double atomic layer steps . 2◦ , is shown in Fig. 9. The 2×1 dimer rows are orientated perpendicular to each other from one terrace to the next, and a step edge is a point at which one monolayer ends exposing the terrace below. There are two diﬀerent types of step on this surface, originally classiﬁed by Chadi , which depend on the domain orientation. Type SA has the rows on the upper terrace parallel to the step edge, whereas type SB has the rows perpendicular to the step edge.
6 can now be explained. At low negative sample bias voltages (ﬁlled state), close to the Fermi energy, the largest tunneling current contribution comes from the π-bond states, whereas at positive (empty state) sample bias it comes from tunneling into the π*-antibond states. When larger bias voltages are used the σ or σ* states, along with additional backbond surface resonances, can be accessed. The diﬀerence in the dimer features comes from the diﬀerence in the average spatial charge density, taking into account dynamic dimer buckling, of the bonding and anti-bonding orbitals.
3 eV . 40 eV have been predicted by theory  and detected by ARPES . The right panel of Fig. 9 shows the surface state of dz2 −r2 character observed in Cr(100) right at the Fermi level . 2 eV). In many cases there are electronic states with a strong weight in the surface layer, but which are not located in a gap of the projected bulk band structure. The electrons in these states can decay into bulk states much faster than those occupying pure surface states. These states are known as surface resonances.
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