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Using a spinning technique, Pietsch et al. [I131 studied the very initial stages of Si(ll1) etching in buffered NH4F, after removal of the oxide layer in acidic HF. 1 s of exposure. Pits grow laterally until adatoms on top of terraces are removed; large and atomically flat terraces with large triangular pits are observed after 4 min on a perfectly oriented surface. 2"), Figure 19b shows that 3 min of etching in buffered NH4F preserves the initial stepped surface structure because Si etching occurs according to a step flow process (similar images are obtained for longer exposures) [I 121.
40 P. Allongue is evidently easiest at steps especially at kink sites where steric hindrance is minimal and surface bonds also are more flexible than on terraces (water molecules must come in close contact with Si - H bonds). Though a chemical etch rate should not display much bias variation, there is no contradiction between the nature of the reaction and the results of Fig. 26 as it is exposed in . At anodic bias the rate of formation of Si - OH bonds increases and a thin oxide layer is built by condensation of Si-OH bonds which stops etching since Si02 is slightly soluble in NaOH.
79] and Carlsson et al.  have imaged n-GaAs(100) in NaOH by STM under potential control. Under illumination, sequences of images showed dramatic changes because the surface was dissolved with a current density as high as 150 pA cm-2, which is equivalent to the removal of 20 ML min-'. Topographic changes between two images were too fast to be analyzed. Much slower dissolution rates must be monitored (see the discussion of Si in Sec. 1). In darkness no topographic change was observed within the scale used.