Conductive atomic force microscope (AFM) nanopatterning on hydrogen-terminated silicon in a hydrophobic organic solvent under ambient conditions produces features consistent with AFM field-induced oxidation. The growth rate of the oxide features (see figure) exhibits modulation consistent with a space-charge-limited growth mechanism.
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