The coincidence lattice formed between a Mo(001) surface and a MgO thin film is used to prepare Fe nanoparticle ensembles with high spatial uniformity. As reported by Jacek Goniakowski, Niklas Nilius, and co-workers on page 75, the ordered growth of Fe is initiated by regular work function modulations and geometric distortions of the oxide layer across the coincidence cell.
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