J. Phys. IV France
Volume 04, Numéro C9, Novembre 1994Proceedings of the European Symposium on Frontiers in Science and Technology with Synchrotron Radiation
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J. Phys. IV France 04 (1994) C9-163-C9-166
Changes to the occupied and unoccupied electronic structure of TiO2(100) upon alkali metal reductionD. Purdie1, B. Reihl1, A. Thomas2, P.J. Hardman2, C.A. Muryn2 and G. Thornton2
1 IBM Research Division, Zurich Research Laboratory, 8803 Rüschlikon, Switzerland
2 Department of Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Surface Science, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, U.K.
Direct and inverse ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy (UPS and IPS) are used to measure the occupied and unoccupied electronic structure of TiO2(100)1x1 and TiO2(100)c(2x2)K. UPS results from stoichiometric TiO2(100)1x1 are in good agreement with earlier studies. IPS data recorded from TiO2(100)1x1 show two distinct features with energy positions 1.7 eV and 5.3 eV above the Fermi level (EF). These features are associated with the Ti 3d derived t2g and eg levels. Upon formation of TiO2(100)c(2x2)K, achieved by annealing K treated TiO2(100)1x1, several changes are observed to occur to the surface electronic structure. Population of a band gap state pins EF and removes band bending at the surface. The valence band of TiO2(100)c(2x2)K is noted to be substantially narrower (of the order of 0.5 eV) than that of TiO2(100)1x1. In addition to this, a sharp feature lying to the high binding energy side of the valence band is populated. Concurrently, intensity in the Ti t2g derived conduction band level is lost. This redistribution of spectral intensity observed between TiO2(100)1x1 and TiO2(100)c(2x2)K is interpreted in terms of a K induced redistribution of charge at the surface. We use resonant photoemission to test the idea that this charge redistribution involves mainly the Ti d levels.
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